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By tuning the system and artificially introducing more quantum uncertainty the researchers observed that the chain of atoms acts like a nanoscale guitar string. Dr. Radu Coldea from Oxford University, who is the principal author of the paper and drove the international project from its inception a decade ago until the present, explains: "Here the tension comes from the interaction between spins causing them to magnetically resonate. For these interactions we found a series (scale) of resonant notes: The first two notes show a perfect relationship with each other. Their frequencies (pitch) are in the ratio of 1.618…, which is the golden ratio famous from art and architecture." Radu Coldea is convinced that this is no coincidence. "It reflects a beautiful property of the quantum system -- a hidden symmetry. Actually quite a special one called E8 by mathematicians, and this is its first observation in a material," he explains.
Codes, however, do not occur without a designer. Chaos can produce patterns, but it has never been shown to produce codes or symbols. Proof that DNA was designed by a mind: (1) DNA is not merely a molecule with a pattern; it is a code, a language, and an information storage mechanism. (2) All codes we know the origin of are created by a conscious mind. (3) Therefore DNA was designed by a mind, and language and information are proof of the action of a Superintelligence.
I Can Prove God Exists
originally posted by: Belcastro
The Fingerprint of God; Divine Proportion, architecture of the Universe.
I Believe
Murgatroid
Great designers always leave their mark...
“Laminin” for example, are CROSS-SHAPED cells that hold our bodies together.
originally posted by: spygeek
The golden ratio is a mathematical constant, it can be found in almost anything at all that is structurally ordered. Neither phi, nor the fibonacci sequence is a code
originally posted by: spygeek
Please show me an example of the golden ratio appearing somewhere that it should not be expected to, providing mathematical proof that it shouldn't. Also explain what justifies the attribution of the ratio to a universal intelligence when it has been scientifically and mathematically verified to be simply an expected naturally occurring feature of reality. Also, please explain why there are only diametrically opposed states of chaos or order, and not a spectrum of order to disorder depending on the preexisting factors of a given system.
the laws of information with DNA stating that matter cannot give rise to information on its own
The golden ratio is a mathematical constant, it can be found in almost anything at all that is structurally ordered. Neither phi, nor the fibonacci sequence is a code or artificial implant from an external designer, they are perfectly natural mathematical phenomena arising out of the strong law of small numbers.
Guy's observation has since become part of mathematical folklore, and is commonly referenced by other authors
originally posted by: Rex282
I think the sacred geometry secret coders are religious mystics that have done nothing more than co-opted the natural laws of math to justify their flaky mystic religious theories.
However if there was a creator God it would only make sense that the physical realm would be “encoded” with this natural ratio for how EVERYTHING grows or deviates.
In all my calculations I have not seen a stronger candidate for a name such as divine proportion.In effect it looks like a huge fingerprint across the universe.The irony is it cannot prove there is a God yet everything points directly to it that it does.
However that isn’t the point.A true creator God would have no need to prove themselves to justify their existence.That is a human characteristic.To me it only makes sense if there was as you said ...a pattern with phi-Phi where it doesn’t play a natural mathematical applications .The fact is …there is.It is a million miles away from both mathematicians and theologians even though the subject is connected to both of their endeavors.
In one sense neither can be blamed for their ignorance because it doesn’t seem to fit into either yet it does…perfectly…and the number of times it lines up is mind boggling(at least to me).It is worthy of a novel(albeit extremely boring).Here is just the tip of the iceberg I posted at ATS .The 1st is at the top of the page the rest is at the bottom.If you do decide to read it please read all of it.There is much more information than it looks like and it is only the beginning. I could spend the rest of my life calculating it(thank God I’m not going to)
www.abovetopsecret.com...
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originally posted by: surfer_soul
a reply to: spygeek
I have not heard of "The strong law of small numbers" so thought I would check out the link you posted.
The golden ratio is a mathematical constant, it can be found in almost anything at all that is structurally ordered. Neither phi, nor the fibonacci sequence is a code or artificial implant from an external designer, they are perfectly natural mathematical phenomena arising out of the strong law of small numbers.
So in other words phi would be perfectly natural mathematical phenomena arising out of "mathematical folklore"
Guy's observation has since become part of mathematical folklore, and is commonly referenced by other authors
As the term is understood by mathematicians, folk mathematics or mathematical folklore means theorems, definitions, proofs, or mathematical facts or techniques that are found by investigation and may circulate among mathematicians by word-of-mouth but have not appeared in print, either in books or in scholarly journals. Knowledge of folklore is the coin of the realm of academic mathematics, showing relative insight of investigators.
Also I fail to see what the Ramsey Theory has to do with the OP, in layman's terms it states that given enough data you can find patterns in anything, fair enough, I can see how that would explain explain supposed lay-lines and such, but what does that have to do with phi?
originally posted by: wisvol
a reply to: spygeek
Thanks for the piece of Aaronovski's film, that was really interesting.
Does it give the word equivalent to π?
originally posted by: surfer_soul
a reply to: spygeek
Thanks for clearing that up about mathematical folklore, its a surprising term to give to a theorem or fact. But I suppose if its circulated by word-of-mouth and not necessarily printed or published, the term makes some sense.
I think I understand your argument much better now, would I be right in thinking your essentially saying that science has proved there is no creator? Or is it that because phi just happens to be embedded in so much, there is no reason why it shouldn't be anyway, and therefore there is no creator?
There is no hebrew word equivalent of pi. Hebrew does not employ decimal numbers. You could round pi down to 3 like the bible does, and get the Hebrew letter gimel, however. Or you could remove the decimal point and spell out an infinitely long, nonsensical word that means nothing.
Hebrew does not employ decimal numbers. You could round pi down to 3 like the bible does,
originally posted by: wisvol
a reply to: spygeek
There is no hebrew word equivalent of pi. Hebrew does not employ decimal numbers. You could round pi down to 3 like the bible does, and get the Hebrew letter gimel, however. Or you could remove the decimal point and spell out an infinitely long, nonsensical word that means nothing.
Oh really. Interesting opinion, so I guess Aaronovski just chose that as a title for his movie out of ignorance then.
Hebrew does not employ decimal numbers. You could round pi down to 3 like the bible does,
Where do you get that from? Geometry is the basis of biblical linguistics. The book of Numbers is quite explicit about not rounding pi to three.