look at the progression of x, while calculating it’s value at each iteration of I.
Okay, either way, the same pattern forms.
The problem is it’s a two dimensional representation.
If we were to calculate the pattern as a wave going out in all directions, then what appears to be infinite, is only the surface of a connected fractal. It’s Not flat. The surface of cone is finite, whoever the continuation of it, as well as the beginning of it, is made of this fractal shape.

look at the progression of x, while calculating it’s value at each iteration of I.

Okay, either way, the same pattern forms.

The problem is it’s a two dimensional representation.

If we were to calculate the pattern as a wave going out in all directions, then what appears to be infinite, is only the surface of a connected fractal. It’s Not flat. The surface of cone is finite, whoever the continuation of it, as well as the beginning of it, is made of this fractal shape.