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March 12th, 2018, 09:28 PM   #1
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Fibonacci vs. prime series

Fibonacci numbers, and their related number phi (the golden ratio), are found almost universally in nature. They describe organic, aesthetically interpreted, and chaotic systems, among others.

The prime sequence is sought in signaling from hypothetically intelligent life. One can eliminate such signals against those from most physical sources since prime numbers are purported to be generated primarily from a knowledge of mathematics. (However, reasoning beings could hide prime communications within a beacon of relative Fibonacci randomness.)

Although Fibonacci and prime numbers intersect at Fibonacci primes, I propose that for their density the two systems may have the least informational similarities between essential infinite series.

Do you think these two systems are primarily dissimilar?
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Fibonacci numbers, and their related number phi (the golden ratio), are found almost universally in nature. They describe organic, aesthetically interpreted, and chaotic systems, among others.

The prime sequence is sought in signaling from hypothetically intelligent life. One can eliminate such signals against those from most physical sources since prime numbers are purported to be generated primarily from a knowledge of mathematics. (However, reasoning beings could hide prime communications within a beacon of relative Fibonacci randomness.)
All of this part, don't add wanky crap like this come on who do you work for the history channel?


And don't call them systems call them sequences like everyone else does. We have enough legitimate terminology to learn we don't need new words for things that are less specific to the meaning of a definition.
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