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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Comparatively, theAustralian govermentspends a year on thehealth of eachAustralian. Medieval vs. Urban vs. "Utopian" As cities progress and change over time, they become less fractal-like in nature. A perfect utopian city can be modeled after medieval fractal symmetry. These cities have an unlimited potential to help the environment. Medieval cities show evidence of fractal characteristics. There was no mass transportation in medieval times, so everything that an active member of society would need was within walking distance of every part of the society. Therefore, cities were made up of central villages, which were made of central neighborhoods.These smaller towns are direct copies of the larger city. They can be seen as iterations in a fractal. Today, we have the amenities of urbantransportation. Therefore, it is possible to travel pong distances to getsomewhere without difficulty. As a result of this economic change, our streets are now arranged in a grid-like pattern. They do not possess fractal qualities. It is possible to create a model of a perfect fractal city, excluding landmasses and other formations that prevent cities like Rome from being "ideal fractals." This city is perfectly symmetrical and exhibits all fractal characteristics. They can be beneficial to the current environmental issues that our planet is facing. Pros:*All necessities within walkingdistance of every part of the society.*Cities made up of smaller, identical villages, which were made up ofsmaller, identical neighborhoods.*This shows fractal qualities. Cons:*No mass transportation*Cannot travel over long distances Pros:*Mass urban transportation*Can travel long distances Cons:*Streets in a grid-like pattern*No fractal characteristics Pros:*The model is an "ideal fractal"*No landmasses and other formations scattering the iterations*Exhibits perfect fractal symmetry*Can help solve threatening environmental issues. MEDIEVAL URBAN UTOPIAN
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