Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci Numbers are visible everywhere in Nature; guiding the growth of every living thing, from a single cell, a grain of wheat, a flower, a hive of bees.

Fibonacci in a shell

Fibonacci ＃patterns in nature

CHAMBERED NAUTILUS SHELL<br /> Cross section<br /> A prime example of the Golden Mean logarithmic spiral found in nature, and based on the Fibonacci Series of numbers, the progression in which 2 initial terms are added to form the third.

The logarithmic spiral of the chambered Nautilus shell. The shell gets buoyancy by creating a VACUUM in the chambers! It does this by pulling water out using the salinity of its blood.

It’s taken me a few years to realize that Fibonacci isn’t some type of pasta dish. According to Wikipedia: “In the Fibonacci sequence of numbers, each number is the sum of the previous two numbers, starting with 0 and Thus the sequence begins …