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November 30th, 2011, 05:20 PM   #1
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A video about Phi in nature

Great video I found on tube I like to share with you.



Props to the artist.
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Re: A video about Phi in nature

Nice.
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December 6th, 2012, 02:42 PM   #3
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Re: A video about Phi in nature

Since we are posting Videos about Phi in Nature, I thought I might post one I like.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahXIMUkSXX0
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I like how the galaxy's are formed the same as the shell. This relates infinite scales on similar levels of occurrence or size shape and relative area.
This is amazing. infinite progression of size and area.
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I hope you will list this video on other subject posts. I think this amazing video relates to physics posts. Take a look at these posts see what you think. But no doubt this does relate to many fields in science. Very good work.

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The question about infinity being relative reminded me of something. For example, there are infinitely many numbers between 1 & 4 but there are more infinitely many numbers between 1 & 5. Infinite usually means unlimited, it does not have boundaries, limitation and end. According to Bryan Schiummer, infinite is relative but not in the way you're thinking. I think universe is also an example which is flat and infinite, but for it to be finite, I don't think so. hahaha

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Very nice video. It proves that figures can be romantic. I liked the video.
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