Nature by Numbers





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Sacred geometry in ...

Sacred geometry in nature. The golden ratio.

#Fibonacci_numbers ...

#Fibonacci_numbers Nature by Numbers This is an elegant animation createdby Spanish CGI arist, Cristobal Vila. In the Fibonacci sequence, each succeeding number is the sum of the previous two. The Fibonacci sequence is named after the Medieval mathematician from Pisa, Italy, Leonardo Bigollo (c. 1170-c. 1250), whose nickname was "Fibonacci" which means "son of a simpleton." Fibonacci is best known to the modern world for the spreading of the Hindu-Arabic numeral system in Europe, primarily through his book, 'Liber Abaci' ('Book of Calculation'), published in 1202. He's also known for the number sequence, which was named after him, although he did not discover it but merely used it, as an example in the 'Liber Abaci'. He apparently learned about this numeral system that is universally in use today because his father was a merchant who traveled often to Algeria, in North Africa. As a child traveling with his father, he instantly recognized how much better this numeral system was than the Roman one. He later traveled all over the Arab world, to learn more and then returned to Pisa atthe age of 32, to write his seminal book. Modern applications include computer algorithms, such as the Fibonacci search technique and the Fibonacci heap data structure, and graphs called Fibonacci cubes used for interconnecting parallel and distributed systems but the sequence is more popularly known for its marked appearance in biology, such as formation of shells in snails, a ram's horns, the branching in trees, the arrangement of leaves on a stem, the fruit sprouts of a pineapple, the flowering of an artichoke, an uncurling fern, the arrangement of a pine cone and of pollen in a daisy, etc.

A clever little ...

A clever little animation I discovered today.

Nature by Numbers

Nature by Numbers

Short movie ...

Short movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature

The oneness of ...

The oneness of everything factual is what you know, what you perceive, what you are aware of, is all the universe looking at itself. This is the universe, even you are the universe, us and everything we know is all the same thing.

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Recommended by +Nadine Hanchar in her course *Developing Our Intuitive Intelligence* Same patterns everywhere in Nature. 

...still hate math ...

...still hate math homework.

Amazing analogy ! ...

Amazing analogy ! what a great animation. Is this real?? I can't believe

what animation ...

what animation studio? Please tell me (: awesome video

God is, undoubtebly ...

God is, undoubtebly, exist.

Yes, this is ...

Yes, this is reality, not a lot of stupid TV shows, "reality" shows and silly cartoons. You do not learn, we need to know.

Nature by Numbers

Nature by Numbers

oh que c’est beau ...

oh que c’est beau et inspirant ! merci !

I'm not a ...

I'm not a mathematical person, but even I found this infinitely fascinating. I cannot believe that such beauty in nature is founded purely on mathematical principles. For want of a better word, I'd describe nature as art. Some would argue that this math is the fingerprint of God, but I leave that up to each and every individual to decide for themselves. 

#WimMertens - ...

#WimMertens - Often a Bird

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Beautiful Video : Nature by Numbers ..... Nature by Numbers

http://youtu.be/ ...

http://youtu.be/kkGeOWYOFoA I found this to be very interesting.

The Universe is a ...

The Universe is a computer simulation. The creator used the Fibonacci sequence as one of the formulae in the program. 

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#Bringbackpythagoras

oau, so cool and ...

oau, so cool and well done !

lets call "it" god ...

lets call "it" god :) NAMASTE

OHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! I ...

OHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! I just LOVE LOVE LOVE this ...... Thank you so much for making me aware fo Cristobal Vila +Mercè Gamell He IS such a beautiful ARTIST!!!

Wonderful :)! 

Wonderful :)! 

 
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