I love to learn. Or re-learn. Or remember things I’ve learned in the past. Last night I was watching “Brain Games” on NatGeo and they talked about how people find each other attractive. 371 more words
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Fbonacci sequence. Collective conscious cannot be hidden in nature. But who is Fibonacci "the greatest European math mathematician of the middle ages" & why was this sequence, The Golden Ratio, his only contribution to the world (another example of plagiarized knowledge like Aristotle)? Leonardo Bonacci of Pisa, Italy born to Gugliemo Bonacci who was employed as an official in North Africa Bugia around 1175 A.D grew up and was taught within the heart of the Moorish empire. An excerpt from a text regarding his life: "Leonardo grew up with a North African education under the Moors and later travelled extensively around the Mediterranean coast. He would have met with many merchants and learned of their systems of doing arithmetic. He soon realised the many advantages of the "Hindu-Arabic" system over all the others." Don't believe it read it. Why they keep our minds enslaved #Foundersofcivilization #Moor #blacknation #blacklivesmatter #NWO #ferguson #FoundingFather #Truth #antoniomartin #mikebrown #newworldorder #amerikkka #Illuminati #hiddenknowledge #knowledge #hiiigherselfPhotos
Phi can be constructed using simple geometry. Phi is the proportion of a line such that if the line was divided into two parts with one larger than the other, the ratio of the entire line to the larger subsection of the line is the same as the ratio of the larger subsection to the smaller subsection.