Skip to comments.2. The Golden Ratio & Fibonacci Numbers: Fact versus Fiction- VIDEO
Posted on 01/15/2014 10:37:27 PM PST by restornu
2. The Golden Ratio & Fibonacci Numbers: Fact versus Fiction VIDEO
(October 8, 2012) Professor Keith Devlin dives into the topics of the golden ratio and fibonacci numbers.
Originally presented in the Stanford Continuing Studies Program
On the one hand, you just cost me 1:42 of my life. OTOH, thank you! I never would have watched this. It’s funny, I approached this thinking, “Oh he’s going to trash everything”, i.e. I was feeling defensive. Well, he did, kind of, but it was all very straightforward, so I was like, “yeah, I guess so”. So now I’m all skeptical, and he suddenly drinks the kool aid and goes all in for the nature angle, and I’m like “whoa!” so what the hey. I don’t even know what he was talking about with those pine cones.
I have to say I’m disappointed that he never mentioned 3x5 index cards, which take their place very naturally in the Fibbonci series.
I need more coffee.
What is going to happen with gold if we have hyperinflation?
At least we know how the dimensions of the flat screen TV were derived.
I have been expressing my age in Fib numbers for a while now...my next birthday will be the 1.618 extension of my 39th birthday!
How about Obama ear!
That's defined as a "Fibber Nazi" number.
Yup those two go well to gather..LOL
Chi Ghost funny
Placemarker for later.
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