posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 01:27 PM
reply to post by Faiol
My initial feelings, similar.
The Fibonacci numbers, in the beginning....might be "new" stuff to some people, I suppose.
Still....as mentioned, any
attempt to "use numbers" as any sort of so-called 'proof' of anything, as in some religious claims, is doomed to
These examples only
work as seen, and as they are familiar, because they're in base ten.
If you brought in some ancient other cultures (Babylonians? I think they did maths in base twelve?) then it'd be totally differnt, and foreign to
them, and what they are used to.
Same thing if you decided to use hexadecimals too. (Though, in each numbering system, you'd just find different "patterns").
A great deal of our physical reality is dependent on the structure of atoms, and molecules, and molecular bonds. WAY down, deep and incredibly tiny
levels of reality, that manifest in diverse ways, to be perceived and interpreted by our brains.
Stilll....it is just basic Euclidian geometry.....
edit -- pesky typos.
Anyway..."So long! And....thanks for all the fish!"
[edit on 28 August 2010 by weedwhacker]