I'm a big fan of the geometrical patterns found in nature. There's even a mathematical formula, known as The Golden Ratio, which much of nature tends to abide by. Through quick research, I discovered that The Golden Ratio is often observed in small things such as spiraling snail shells, the patterns of pine cones, and the swirling of succulents, all the way up to the curling complexities of crashing waves, howling hurricanes and even gigantic galaxies.
"The Golden Ratio is the key to universal physics."
-Sir Edward Victor Appleton
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