When we take a closer look at a butterfly’s wings, a colorful mosaic is visible, as well as the waves of water and ripples by the sand dunes can be observable. The honeycomb and ice crystals give us an amazing evidence of symmetry. Furthermore, the living world is stuffed with streaked patterns of contrasting colors. These are only few of the many examples of the regularities in the world. Patterns have underlying mathematical structures.
Snowflakes are small and their structure is simple at very low temperatures. At higher temperatures the distinct flakes may be formed from a very large amount of ice crystals - creating a complex star shape and can have a diameter of several inches. (Met Office, 2014) Snowflakes are accretions of several snow crystals. Most snowflakes are less than 1.3 centimetres (0.5 inches) through. Under some conditions, usually needing near-freezing temperatures unstable atmospheric conditions, and light winds, much larger and asymmetrical flakes can form, nearing 5 centimetres (2 inches) across.
I.INTRODUCTION: A. Fractal antenna: Among these fractal types, Koch curve, sierpinsky gasket, carpet has variety of applications of operating in multiband .it has a wide application in the design of miniaturized wire antenna due to its unique self-similarity nature . to make a compact antenna with more conductivity can be achieved using this fractal structure. Under the expanding need of size reduction in Antenna design with low profile, fractal theory can help provide a great number of solutions for miniaturized antenna B. Fractal with slot structure: Fractal along with slot can help in improving return loss value which helps the antenna to operate in perfect matching condition. This selective adding of slot along the fractal length can improves
Most of the time plants or organisms within the snowpack also influence on the colour of the snow. For example, Watermelon snow look as if its colour is either red or pink. This colour is due to a form of cryophilic which is a cold loving and fresh water algae that has red pigment in it thus appears red. It is usually found in high alpine areas or along the coastline of polar areas. Snow is a great insulator.