Fibonacci Sequence Explained

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Fibonacci's Golden Spiral - The Relationship between Maths and Nature -  NaturPhilosophie

“The Fibonacci Sequence turns out to be the key to understanding how nature designs… and is… a part of the same ubiquitous music of the spheres that builds harmony into atoms, molecules, crystals, shells, suns and galaxies and makes the Universe sing.” ― Guy Murchie, The Seven Mysteries of Life: An Exploration of Science and Philosophy

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, … In speaking to my cousin who brought on the movie Pi, the vague memory of it around eight years ago slowly came back to me. Known as Nature’s Code of genetics, the pattern is everywhere from plants to certain animals. Although in humans it is most likely subjective, the physical properties in plants relating to the golden ratio cannot be denied.

Each number is the sum of the two preceding ones, starting from 0 and 1. And the algerbric language can be understood in the followig information > f0= 0,.f1=1, f2=1, f3=2, f4=3, f5=5, f6=8, f7=13, f8=21, f9=34, f10=55, f11=89, f12=144 and etc. And FN = FN-1 + En-2 for N > 1. Resulting in a closed form expression in a linear recurrence with constant coeffiecents.

The Golden Ratio focuses more on above 50 percent the all-encompassing 100 % can be written at this {\frac {a+b}{a}}={\frac {a}{b}}\equiv \varphi . Identifying this sort of proportion to the massively complex level delivers on what a lot consider aesthetically pleasing. Not a perfect mathematic formula to understand the spectrums of everything, it has a foundation suggesting social experiments connected to this phenomena. The biology we share inside humans is similar to fungi scientifically proven that they can communicate in their own way.

“Buckminster Fuller explained to me once that because our world is constructed from geometric relations like the Golden Ratio or the Fibonacci Series, by thinking about geometry all the time, you could organize and harmonize your life with the structure of the world.” ― Einar Thorsteinn

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