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Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?

 
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Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?
Phi = 1/2+ 1/2 x SQR(5)= 1.61803399.........
Written (not discovered) by Euclid, 300 BC.

Fibonacci Sequence: 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144,.....
(The quotient of adjacent pairs converge to Phi)
Discovered 600BC by Indian mathematicians and introduced in the west by Fibonacci on 1200BC.

The Golden Number Phi and the Fibonacci Sequence were and are extensively used in:

- Mathematics and Geometry
- Art and design (architecture, mechanics, logos,.., anything)
- Pattern comprobation in nature (living forms, shapes,...)
- Astronomy and Cosmology
- Theology and life events (beauty findings and measurement)
- Finance, engineering and other disciplines.

To make this short, the Golden Number is found embedded itself in nature and cosmos, and is used purposedly to get best results in design, analysis, etc.

How come such a simple ratio, found when geometry was being developed by Ancient Greeks, has such a profound impact on human understanding of things and human development?

Even the Google logo has been adjusted to fit Phi, in order to get a more pleasant presentation. The same number (and the sequence) is discovered or applied either on scientific measurements or subjective perception of things.

How many other things has God encoded in his design of the universe and the life?
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Re: Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?
Pulsars frequencies, Earth-Moon proportion, solar system orbits (Kepler), marine shells, Da Vinci "perfect man" drawing, photography techniques, flowers aspect ratios, likeable cartoons, products design and marketing, hand shapes, spiral galaxies shapes and much more.

Phi is not in everything, but in so many things that seems to be a factor of design used by God.
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Re: Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?
Quite true.

Here's another one...

Where G is the gravitational constant (.0000000000667395 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2), c the speed of light in vacuum (299792458 m s^-1)

φ/(φ^2 − 1) = 299792458 × .0000000000667395148 . . . = c × G as metric values.

(Exact for G to at least 13 places after the decimal.)
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Re: Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?
Quite true.

Here's another one...

Where G is the gravitational constant (.0000000000667395 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2), c the speed of light in vacuum (299792458 m s^-1)

φ/(φ^2 − 1) = 299792458 × .0000000000667395148 . . . = c × G as metric values.

(Exact for G to at least 13 places after the decimal.)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46838763


Apologies for gobbledygook...

Phi/(Phi^2 − 1) = 299792458 × .0000000000667395148 . . . = c × G qua metric values.
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Re: Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?
Quite true.

Here's another one...

Where G is the gravitational constant (.0000000000667395 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2), c the speed of light in vacuum (299792458 m s^-1)

φ/(φ^2 − 1) = 299792458 × .0000000000667395148 . . . = c × G as metric values.

(Exact for G to at least 13 places after the decimal.)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46838763


Apologies for gobbledygook...

Phi/(Phi^2 − 1) = 299792458 × .0000000000667395148 . . . = c × G qua metric values.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46838763


Bump. These 2 items fascinate me.

The last time I heard anyone say gobbledygook was on Dr Who, 4th Dr. Tom Baker LOL

Last Edited by The Deplorable MnB15 on 05/19/2017 04:46 PM
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Re: Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?
Did you know that the Gosset polytope, whose 240 vertices define the roots of the largest exceptional Lie group E8 that appears in E8xE8 heterotic superstring theory, has a Coxeter plane projection in 4-d space that is a compound of two similar polytopes called the 600-cell, one of which is phi times the size of the other? Here is the first piece of evidence of how phi determines superstring forces.

No? Well, not many theoretical physicists know that, either.

Did you know that the Fibonacci numbers appear in the Sri Yantra and in the 5 Platonic solids? No? Well, not many mathematicians know that, either.

Did you know that these numbers also appear in the Pythagorean scale in the context of the basic form of superstrings yet to be discovered by CERN.

Go to
[link to smphillips.mysite.com]
and discover similar things that will amaze you. You might even encounter God's actual thoughts ....

P.S. Mathematical skills needed.
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Re: Phi (Golden Number) and Fibonacci Sequence. Divine proportions and sequences?
Did you know that the Gosset polytope, whose 240 vertices define the roots of the largest exceptional Lie group E8 that appears in E8xE8 heterotic superstring theory, has a Coxeter plane projection in 4-d space that is a compound of two similar polytopes called the 600-cell, one of which is phi times the size of the other? Here is the first piece of evidence of how phi determines superstring forces.

No? Well, not many theoretical physicists know that, either.

Did you know that the Fibonacci numbers appear in the Sri Yantra and in the 5 Platonic solids? No? Well, not many mathematicians know that, either.

Did you know that these numbers also appear in the Pythagorean scale in the context of the basic form of superstrings yet to be discovered by CERN.

Go to
[link to smphillips.mysite.com]
and discover similar things that will amaze you. You might even encounter God's actual thoughts ....

P.S. Mathematical skills needed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70672556


Thanks very much! Amazing concepts. Marked for reading this weekend.

I say that if we pay attention, we can observe the signature of God's work all around us, on Earth and on near and deep space.


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