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i'm assuming this board is familiar that a lot of life follows the Fibonacci pattern, some rabbits reproduce in the sequence, and a lot of plants have the geometry that involves fibancci spiral/square. ANYWAY
>what is the smallest life structure that starts obeying Fibonacci pattern?
I'm under the impression that DNA double helix does not follow Fibonacci pattern. This is odd to me.

interlude: if you are unaware/forgot
>the Fibonacci pattern is the most efficient pattern in the way life grows. hence why it shows up often.

obvious Fibonacci isn't the most "chad" type of pattern/shape, as alas that must go to the Sphere but there is strong potential.

>> No.11546926

Your penis

>> No.11546942

pi/4 - arctan(1/2)/2

anything involving this as an angle

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