I had to run a quick test, to see if it was true. I typed the following text to a file with the extension .svg, and the file opened up in internet explorer:
Now, I use chrome and keep my internet explorer locked down. I don't know what comes up on other people's machines, but at least mine prompted me, asking if I wanted to allow blocked ActiveX controls. However, chrome runs it no problem and without bothering to prompt me. Joy.
Naturally, my mind jumped to the idea of making a prime number sieve, as a way to make a complex drawing with only a single loop. After a little bit of playing, I had something that looks a lot like Sieves of Chaos. After a little more tweaking, I had something that looks almost identical to Sieves of Chaos.
I encourage you to try it out for yourself; just copy and paste the below code to Notepad++, and save with a .SVG extension. You will notice the image is 8096 units wide. If your machine can handle it, there is no reason the width couldn't be extended. For some machines, this may already be a crippling number. The effect is very nice, and I even created a spanning desktop background out of it.
Blogger is wise, and does not accept .svg files. There is hope. Here is the .png image that I am using for my background (below). Feel free to use that or render your own with the above code. Be warned, the below png file is 3 MB.