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lawpoop comments on “(unknown story)” | Exploding AdsWed, 02 Sep 2015 03:28:17 +0000http://momath.org/?page_id=1216#comment-13205[...] If you draw a pattern of dots according by rotating points 137.5 degrees (which you see on a lot of seed heads and fruits, such as sunflowers, pineapples, pine cones, romanesco broccoli, etc.), you create a pattern were certain spirals ‘jump out’ at you. If you count the number of ‘arms’ in each successive set of spirals, the numbers are the fibonacci sequence. http://momath.org/home/fibonacci-numbers-of-sunflower-seed-s… [...]
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BIOMIMICRY – PART TWO | ivy elrodTue, 19 May 2015 15:02:57 +0000http://momath.org/?page_id=1216#comment-11928[...] is no exception. The center design is very close to a Fibonacci sequence, you can read about it here. So scientists tried setting up a CSP system this way, and guess what? They maximized energy and [...]
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Kim Manley Ort | Photography | SpiralsMon, 24 Nov 2014 15:50:47 +0000http://momath.org/?page_id=1216#comment-5420[...] The sunflower is a sublime example. See Fibonacci Numbers of Sunflower Seed Spirals. [...]
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[Photo Sparks] Maths is fun: Google and the Museum of Mathematics in New York city! | Startup AddaSun, 10 Aug 2014 06:23:40 +0000http://momath.org/?page_id=1216#comment-2239[...] manner, you will find a Fibonacci number: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, and so on. Look online for ways of unveiling the spiral patterns in the picture [...]
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