Fibonacci sequence. The Fingerprint of God ? πŸ±β€πŸ‘“Kitty links~ focus on nature’s beauty

Hi JD! I was going to send you links and information about something else.

I saw the article on immigration, the death of a father and child, it made me both angry and unbearably sad.

In all the madness, the desperation and hatred around the world there is still beauty and truths to be found, and much to be grateful for. Life is amazing, even in the midst of all this tragedy. The articles and videos below will hopefully help to bring a sense of wonder and awe into our often very stress-filled lives.

Simply put the Fibonacci Sequence is a mathematical equation found in nature, in architecture, in the human body, our faces, our DNA and even in far galaxies including our own.

It is what connects us at the deepest level to each other and to nature. It transcends race, colour or creed
We try to reproduce it in our buildings, our music, we see it every day when we look into the face of our loved ones, and of total strangers. It is in the flowers and trees we love, and the food we eat, it is why we look for and strive for beauty.
It is a reminder, every day of what and who we are and why we fight for the truth .

See How Artists Discover Simplicity as an Art Form in Works Which Reflect the Golden Ratio

Some beautiful examples here.

 

Very sweet video.

 

Deeper explanation with lovely images.
As a lover of beauty, I hope you find this beautiful! πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

KittyπŸ±β€πŸ‘“

 

I love your links and it’s the correct answer, something so simple is yet so complicated. All life is beautiful, no matter what color you are.Β  It’s all a mathematical equation, natures efficiency found across the universe from DNA to a galaxy.

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The majestic spiral galaxy NGC 4414 as photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope. (Photo by NASA)

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400704 01: This image shows NGC 4622 and its outer pair of winding arms full of new stars, shown in blue. The galaxy NGC 4622 appears to be rotating in the opposite direction to what was expected. Pictures from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope helped astronomers determine that the galaxy may be spinning clockwise by showing which side of the galaxy is closer to Earth. This Hubble telescope photo of the oddball galaxy is presented by the Hubble Heritage team. (Photo Courtesy of NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team/Getty Images)

Thank you kitty for inspiring post! Keep sending in your links! πŸŒΈπŸ˜ŽπŸ’‹

 

 

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