What Is So Special About The Number 1.61803?

PHI(φ) is an irrational, non-terminating number as PI(π), but its significance is far more than PI(π) ;

Π = 3.14159265359…(pi)

Φ = 1.61803398874…(phi)

The Golden Ratio (phi = φ) is often called The Most Beautiful Number In The Universe.

The reason φ is so extraordinary is because it can be visualized almost everywhere, starting from geometry to the human body itself!

The Renaissance Artists called this “The Divine Proportion” or “The Golden Ratio”.

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The Surprising Link between Recreational Math and Undecidability

The Fibonacci numbers and Hilbert’s 10th problem

Julia Robinson was born on December 8, 1919. She was a brilliant mathematician, generous research collaborator, and kind human being who faced some trying circumstances with a great deal of grace. I wrote about her life and work for Science News in honor of her 100th birthday.

Most of Robinson’s research focused on decision problems: given a particular set of conditions, can one tell whether an arbitrary problem has a solution or not? Specifically, she spent much of her life studying Diophantine equations, polynomials with whole number coefficients, like x2+2xy-3y2=0. Some Diophantine equations have whole number solutions (in the above, there are many: x=3 and y=3 is one), and some do not.

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Fibonacci, el matemático que se puso a contar conejos y descubrió la secuencia divina


Durante los siglos en que China, India y el imperio islámico habían estado en ascenso, Europa había caído bajo una sombra.

Toda la vida intelectual, incluido el estudio de las matemáticas, se había estancado.

Pero en el siglo XIII, las cosas estaban empezando a cambiar.

Liderada por Italia, Europa empezó a explorar y comerciar con el oriente.

Con ese contacto llegó la difusión del conocimiento oriental hacia occidente.

Y sería el hijo de un funcionario de aduanas quien se convertiría en el primer gran matemático medieval de Europa.

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Fibonacci and his Magic Numbers


Leonardo Bigollo (Leonardo Pisano or de Pisa) was a mathematician who lived in Italy between the 12th and 13th century (1170-1240) and who turned to turn his back on the Roman numerals system that prevailed at that time. He has been known throughout history by his nickname: Fibonacci, a derivative of adding the words fillius + bonnacci which, in Latin and Italian mean something along the lines of “son of the well intended”. Apparently, Fibonacci’s father (Guglielmo) was a good person, as well as being a trader, travelling through North Africa. It was there that his son Leonardo discovered the magic of Arabic numbers.

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Nassim Haramein

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«If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.” – Nikola Tesla

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