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Leonardo da Vinci studied the Flower of Life's form and its mathematical properties. He drew the Flower of Life itself, as well as various components such as the Seed of Life. He drew geometric figures representing shapes such as the platonic solids, a sphere, a torus, etc., and also used the golden ratio of phi in his artwork; all of which may be derived from the Flower of Life design.
Symmetry occurs not only in geometry, but also in other branches of mathematics. Symmetry is a type of invariance: the property that something does not change under a set of transformations.
In contrast to static symmetry, i.e., the symmetry of equilibrium (balance), dynamic symmetry (division based on the golden section), is the perfect form of asymmetry. According to the theory of perception, there are two optimal possibilities of a harmonic division of a whole: mirror reflection (symmetric division) and a division based on the golden section (an asymmetric division, where the ratio of the lesser part to the greater is the same as the ratio of the greater to the whole). Dynamic symmetry characterizes live matter as opposed to static symmetry which is predominant in the world of crystals.
I mean something positive like free energy
originally posted by: Abysha
originally posted by: s1ngular1ty
a reply to: Abysha
Though chaos is abundantly present throughout our existence, there is always an order achieved out of said chaos.
All chaos is order if you zoom out far enough.