Top 10 Places You Won't Believe The Golden Ratio & Fibonacci Sequence Appears

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0 1. Klemm commented 2 years ago

Yes, yes, if you squint hard enough you can see Jesus in your peanut butter sandwich.
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+2 2. LightAng3l commented 2 years ago

I just threw an apple against the wall I made about 5 golden ratios. This comment can also fit inside a pi matrix.
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+3 3. torbengb commented 2 years ago

Meh, this seems forced - trying to fit the idea onto the real world by any means possible.

For instance, at 2:34 they show the spiral but fail to mention that it touches the three pyramids in three very different places. With that method, you could probably make lots of different shapes fit. It would be more convincing if the spiral touches the tip or center of every pyramid, for example - but it does not. It's a stretch, and it makes the whole presentation unconvincing.

Again at 3:17, superimposing a grid onto a video, but it only works from that particular angle, and the points of the grid seem more or less arbitrarily chosen - just to be able to say it fits the matrix, but without further explanation or proof. 5:10 and 5:43 are equally random, just roughly mapping onto an image. 6:58 is most ridiculous, applying it to a computer-generated illustration.

But it's true about the sunflowers and pine cones though, so there's that, which is nice.