here is something interesting
fibonacci was an italian mathematician that discovered that his simple series of numbers created in pairs added together to create the next number; ( 0, 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,33,54.........) were descriptive of patterns in nature. everything from the buds on the stem of a plant to networks of neurons in the brain. an underlying math of everything in the universe. a remarkable intuitive discovery and so frustrating for the materialist mind because it provides no further insight into what it all means.
merely more breathtaking stuff going on all around us, if we are prepared to just be amazed.........
the greeks used a ratio known as the golden mean ( 1.61:1) as a proportional scale in thier architecture. the human eye is so sensitive to this proportion that we can tell if this proportion is met in design by eye.
the ratio of each pair of fibonacci numbers converges on the ratio 1.61:1..... but it never quite gets there.
a metaphor for man`s search for perfection?