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Desc:A short animation on fibonacci numbers and phi in biology.
Category:Nature & Places, Science & Technology
Tags:biology, math, phi, fibonacci, fucking sunflowers
Submitted:Baldr
Date:04/25/10
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Comment count is 13
Sodomite
I was viewer number 707,707 of this video on Youtube and that somehow means more to me now.
Baldr
The shell doesn't actually form a fibonacci spiral.
Camonk
And that's what these science assholes get for trying to EXPLAIN miracles.

Syd Midnight
I like Ken Nordine's fibonacci video more though, because Ken freaking Nordine. http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=61030
Camonk
Syd you seem to have some crazy Aspie-level encyclopedic knowledge of the videos here. That is crazy. So crazy.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Numbers all around you and you don't even know it.
James Woods
Numbers, how do they work!?
James Woods
This could have been a reply to Camonk.
Picture it.
Neat.

splatterbabble
You know, I've always wondered but never investigated how Pi works out in base 6.

James Woods
LIES! ALL OF IT!

ogmisce
just so you know, when they show the nautilus and the sunflower and all those things, the geometrical relationships they depict ACTUALLY OBTAIN in the really existing biological structures shown. nature is awesome.

and to quote carl sagan: "the cosmos is full beyond measure of elegant truths, of exquisite interrelationships, of the awesome machinery of nature. also, four-twenty smoke weed every day."
James Woods
lololol

Samisyosam
Entropy reveals efficiency, which usually turns out to be a common recurring mathematical formula of some sort.
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