
June 01, 2015, 02:58:16 PM 

It's pretty amazing how much we see fibonacci numbers and Phi in the natural world, for instance in Nautilus shells, sunflower seeds and the human body.
Some people would argue that this shows evidence of intelligent design, personally I believe that nature evolved to utilise Phi due to its mathematical properties, such as being able to pack as many sunflower seeds as possible onto the seed head.
Offtopic, I'm also really interested in other examples of maths in strange places, such as the mathematical relationship between the frequencies of musical notes, and with rhythm in music.
