Friday math movie - Nature by Numbers
By Murray Bourne, 07 May 2010
This is nicely done. Above an excellent music soundtrack, we see how Fibonacci Numbers can be observed in naturally occurring spirals, like the nautilus shell.
The we move on to the Golden Ratio and see how it's related to the patterns seen in sunflower seeds.
You'll enjoy it more if you have some background in Fibonacci Numbers and Golden Ratio (see Math of Beauty).
For some balance, see also Is Phi a Fibonacci Furphy?, where I outline some inconsistencies in such so-called perfect applications of Phi and Fibonacci in nature.
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