The Golden Ratio was named by Greek sculptor and mathematician Phidias (500 BC – 432 BC). The application of the ratio by architects and artists is widespread for it’s considered the most pleasing to the eye. 109 more words

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#### Confessions (2010)--- A Japanese thriller to break 'the rule of thirds' of composition

The film named *Confessions* (2010) is a Japanese thriller directed by Nakashima Tetsuya. It talks about a story based on ‘revenge’, and uses the ‘self-profiling form’ to reveal the real minds of several main characters. 313 more words

#### Strategy 101 with Joescher Chee

I attended my first ever strategy workshop on 4 January 2018. I felt my afternoon was well spent, listening to Joescher Chee sharing his knowledge, wisdom and insights. 670 more words

#### 25 Facts about the Great Pyramid of Giza

By Ivan | Ancient Code

**The Great Pyramid** a true masterpiece and has rightly earned the title of a “Wonder”. It was built with such precision that our current technology cannot replicate it. 982 more words

#### What is the Golden Ratio?

Photocredits : @ mode_list, harvepino , Sashkin

Leonardo Pisano Bigollo also known as Leonardo Fibonacci (meaning son of Bonnaci) was an Italian mathematician who was revered for bringing the… 588 more words

#### How the golden ratio and the Fibonacci sequence are connected

Recall that the golden ratio is a special irrational number that is approximately equal to 1.618. It appears frequently in geometry, art, and architecture.

Also recall that the Fibonacci sequence is the series of numbers: 245 more words

#### Haiku: Sacred Geometry

seeking

infinity

the snail’s shell

(Image courtesy of Carpe Diem Haiku Kai)

Written for Carpe Diem #1233 Geometric patterns

*“Also known as Phi, the Golden Mean, or the Golden Section, the Golden Ratio was revered as the mathematical law or representation of beauty by the Greeks.* 101 more words