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10 facts on the life and accomplishments of Leonardo Fibonacci; and on his Fibonacci sequence, its relation to golden ratio and its prevalence in nature.

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Fibonacci, also known as Leonardo Bonacci, Leonardo Fibonacci and Leonardo of Pisa, lived c
's summary of thedecimal system has been called "the most important sentenceever written."Even granting this to be an exaggeration, there is no doubtthat the Scientific Revolution owes a huge debt toLeonardo `Fibonacci' Pisano.

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In addition to his great historic importance and fame(he was a favorite of Emperor Frederick II),Leonardo `Fibonacci' is called "the greatest number theoristbetween Diophantus and Fermat" and "the most mathematician of the Middle Ages."Leonardo is most famous for his book , buthis provides the best demonstration of his skill.

 

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Leonardo (known today as Fibonacci)introduced the decimal system and other new methods of arithmetic to Europe,and relayed the mathematics of the Hindus, Persians, and Arabs.


For example, in the top plant in the pictureabove, we have 3 clockwise rotations before we meet a leaf directly abovethe first, passing 5 leaves on the way. If we go anti-clockwise, we needonly 2 turns. Notice that 2, 3 and 5 are consecutive Fibonacci numbers.
For the lower plant in the picture, we have 5 clockwise rotations passing8 leaves, or just 3 rotations in the anti-clockwisedirection. This time 3, 5 and 8 are consecutive numbers in the Fibonacci sequence.


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Fibonacci numbers can also be seen inthe arrangement of seeds on flower heads. The picture here is Tim Stone's beautifulphotograph of a Coneflower, used here by kind permission of Tim. The part of the flower inthe picture is about 2 cm across. It is a member of the daisy family with the scientificname Echinacea purpura and native to the Illinois prairie where he lives.

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The next diagram shows that we candraw a spiral by putting together quarter circles, one in each new square. This is aspiral (the Fibonacci Spiral). A similar curve to this occurs in nature as theshape of a snail shell or some sea shells. Whereas the Fibonacci Rectangles spiralincreases in size by a factor of Phi (1.618..) in a (i.e. a pointa further quarter of a turn round the curve is 1.618... times as far from the centre, andthis applies to points on the curve), the Nautilus spiral curve takes a before points move a factor of 1.618... from the centre.
These spiral shapes are called Equiangular or Logarithmic spirals.

Fibonacci lived in Pisa and is often referred to as Leonardo of Pisa

No one person can be credited with the invention ofthe decimal system, but key roles were played by early Chinese(Chang Tshang and Liu Hui),Brahmagupta (and earlier Hindus including Aryabhata),and Leonardo Fibonacci.

What is the Fibonacci Sequence? History and Explanation

The natural scale is the scale used by me for the chakras, and not the Western diatonicscale per se. A long time ago the Highland bagpipe and other traditional instruments had afundamental "A" of 432Hz, but this was increased to 440Hz with advent of the"standard" of 440, followed later by further increases in pitch to get pipebands to perform with brass bands and orchestras. This Westernisation of folk instrumentsdestroyed their inherent relationships with natural phenomena, and consequent loss ofspiritual synergy with nature.