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Golden Mean Ratio: The golden ratio describes the relationship between two proportions. Very similar to nature it follows the 1:1.61 Ratio.

Golden Mean Ratio: The golden ratio describes the relationship between two proportions. Very similar to nature it follows the 1:1.61 Ratio.

Diagrams from Geometrical psychology, or, The science of representation: an abstract of the theories and diagrams of B. W. Betts (1887) by Louisa S. Cook, which details New Zealander Benjamin Bett’s remarkable attempts to mathematically model the evolution of human consciousness through geometric forms.

Diagrams from Geometrical psychology, or, The science of representation: an abstract of the theories and diagrams of B. W. Betts (1887) by Louisa S. Cook, which details New Zealander Benjamin Bett’s remarkable attempts to mathematically model the evolution of human consciousness through geometric forms.

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Visualizingmath.tumblr.com Klein Bottle, Mathematics Designed

Diagrams from Geometrical psychology, or, The science of representation: an abstract of the theories and diagrams of B. W. Betts (1887) by Louisa S. Cook, which details New Zealander Benjamin Bett’s remarkable attempts to mathematically model the evolution of human consciousness through geometric forms.

Diagrams from Geometrical psychology, or, The science of representation: an abstract of the theories and diagrams of B. W. Betts (1887) by Louisa S. Cook, which details New Zealander Benjamin Bett’s remarkable attempts to mathematically model the evolution of human consciousness through geometric forms.

The universe is not infinite

The universe is not infinite

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Diagrams from "Geometrical psychology" or "The science of representation"of B. W. Betts (1887), by Louisa S. Cook

Diagrams from "Geometrical psychology" or "The science of representation"of B. W. Betts (1887), by Louisa S. Cook

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