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Monday, August 9, 2010

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Why 1.618?

For those of you who have graduated from high school must have never heard of Fibonacci numbers in mathematics. If you do not, maybe this time you are not attending school (Sorry, kidding)

What is the Fibonacci numbers? Figures is the Fibonacci sequence of numbers (row numbers) made by Leoanardo Fibonacci in 1175 to 1245 AD Fibonacci numbers also known as the golden number of human life.

Believe it or not, according to the confidence of scientists in ancient times, the Fibonacci numbers is one proof of the existence of God (this is one of the reasons I gave the title number of God). Well how come?

Fibonacci numbers, what is it? Fibonacci Numbers are a sequence of numbers obtained from the sum of two numbers in front of him, for example like this:

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, etc.

Explanation: For example, Figure 5, obtained from the sum of two numbers in front of 2 +3.

You might then ask, then how do they relate angka2 it with evidence of God?
Fibonacci Numbers indicate some strange facts, but first we need to know in advance about the number Phi? What is the number Phi?
Sure, you know, numbers are numbers Phi 1.618. What to do with Fibonacci? Phi is the result of the division of numbers in the Fibonacci sequence with the numbers in front of him.
For example, 3:2, 34:21, 89:55.
The greater the Fibonacci numbers are involved in the division, the result will be more close to 1.618.

Facts "Figures Lord" Fibonacci Numbers

As briefly mentioned earlier, this figure is evidence to suggest the existence of God and considered sacred by the ancient scientists.
Almost all God's creations are regarded as having Fibonacci numbers in his life, whether plants, animals, and humans.

Well, so is a little review about Fibonacci numbers or numbers that were encountered God on events in nature. Is this coincidence? Or does it actually is anything that has been designed by Him to show His greatness?

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