Hela Cell Story
Everything that is beautiful has a common characteristic, following a fixed mathematical formula
------ Leonardo Pisano Fibonacci
The beauty of mathematics is not only the beauty of mathematical formulas, but also everything is arranged in accordance with certain mathematical formulas and proportions. These mathematical formulas and proportions include: Fibonacci series, golden ratio, Euclidean geometry, non-Euclidean geometry, A variety of mathematical conjectures, etc., they constitute the pure beauty of the world.
What we see in nature, the various forms of beauty that we hear and feel are undoubtedly the extension and embodiment of the pure beauty of mathematics. For example, everything in nature follows the beauty of symmetry, and music of the melody reflects the beauty of the rhythm. Things follow the beauty of harmony.
The golden ratio as a law about beauty has been used since ancient times, has become a formal law of people's habits, and plays an important role in life. The Fibonacci sequence, which is closely related to the golden ratio, also restricts the growth of all things as the rules of the natural universe. The artists applied it to the works and created countless classics. The stone tools made by prehistoric humans actually conform to the principle of symmetry; Many modern spherical buildings conform to geometric principles; Mathematical models can predict the future in most cases.