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Fibonacci Sequence

  • Drbunny
  • uploaded: Nov 28, 2009
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  • Drbunny#

    Drbunny December 31, 2009 2:37:50 AM CET

    I'm very glad to hear that you are working towards a great accomplishment!All the very best to you!:-)

  • Bcgolddigger#

    Bcgolddigger December 11, 2009 10:11:46 PM CET

    Ha Ha Ha, you make me laugh, and I'm sure the kids would like it too.well done! I was wonder what you had been up to, now we all know. On a personal note, I passed my Math course and start Pure math in Jan 2010, I'm studying to become an Alternative Energy Engineering Technologist. It's going to take me 5 years to reach my goal. What better way to spend a recession, I'm currently 44. Just food for thought. Peace to all of my brothers and sisters around the world.

  • Drbunny#

    Drbunny November 30, 2009 8:46:15 AM CET

    Giving 1 a defined value is arbitrary. In order to determine the square root of 3 to the shape of a pentagon, for example, you must assume one of its sides are equal to 1. However, one 1 is not the same as any other 1 when defining a particular value to an unrelated value of one 1.In fact, there are circumstance where Zero is equal to 1 - or 1 is equal to Zero.As far as 1 relates to Fibonacci Sequence:{1,1,...}Explanation:1 equals 1 which is equal to 1.or{0,1,1,...}Explanation:0 plus 1 equals 1 which is equal to 1.Of course, you are levels beyond me in mathematics - and it would be futile for me to 'Jeti' my way out of this one - especially since I would have to study and understand all that brilliant stuff you mentioned!And so my mind-tricks are no match for you...but I'm sure having fun being tricky!:-)

  • Gazoo#

    Gazoo November 30, 2009 7:40:07 AM CET

    Ha! Ha! Dr B. your postulation proves nothing as your calculative use 1.5 be equivalent to 1 would be the same as saying i is equal to X. Since the number 1 is already given a defined value, the insertion of an equivalency makes the calculation redundant, as 1 1 is not a calculation of ratio. Your Jeti mind tricks do not work on me. Also a Fibonacci Sequence should be expected due to the the charge states of atoms, Positive, Negative and Neutral. This fact makes the existence algorithmic pattern in nature assured no invisible hand required. Nature is bound by the laws of physics. My issue with the uncertainty principal is that for me it is to reliant on mathematical inverse functionality, though for statistical purposes it has been inserted for use as a control in a therory. The problem is inverse function never occurs, no five dimensional cubes, no anti-time, or anti-space no debits only credits. Antimatter doesn't work because there is no physical difference between it and regular mater except the electron charge and the direction of it's orbit. thats my beef anyway.

  • Drbunny#

    Drbunny November 29, 2009 11:58:53 PM CET

    I never thought of Heisenberg's achievement could be applied to economics!--but I have been tinkering with Fibonacci numbers since the mid 1990's...and actually: 1 plus 1 can equal 3 in Fibonacci applications:Determine a value of 1.5 to a specified congregate (pounds, for example) Assign 1.5 as equal to 1.1(1.5)plus 1(1.5) equals 2(3)Another way to look at it...1 coin with a face value of 5 dollars, plus another coin with a face value of five dollars, equals 2 coins with a total face value of ten dollars...1(5) plus 1(5) equals 2(10)This is fun! ~Incidentally, I invented a higher form of Fibonacci Applications toward the gain advantage of chance and probability - I've been sitting on the proof for ten years now - but haven't published yet. I'm serious!

  • Drbunny#

    Drbunny November 29, 2009 11:17:06 PM CET

    Schools are government based institutions. Certain knowledge are exempt(though not entirely)from the public social conscience. In the case of Fibonacci Numbers - to teach this in schools would not only bring us closer to the golden ratio of divine truth, but would also bring to light great ideas and discoveries, for example: having to do with abundant 'free' energy devices, ect...I wont get into details here - but the list goes on. If Fibonacci Numbers were insignificant, you would hear about these numbers everywhere and all the time. The very idea that these numbers aren't taught in schools could only suggest that there is more to these numbers than we can imagine - and they're not telling us!

  • Drbunny#

    Drbunny November 29, 2009 10:55:30 PM CET


  • Gazoo#

    Gazoo November 29, 2009 6:31:00 AM CET

    The Fibonacci Sequence for most people who examine it and express it's value like to infer upon it as an expression of divine order. If you will, evidence of godly creator with a pattern for creation. In fact most of the premises made for mathematics are based on this same belief system. In the case of the Fibonacci Sequence this idea is easily debunked for what the pattern truly shows is an example the the constraints on nature placed upon it by the laws of physics. I can not go into what would surly an Ideal topic for someones doctoral thesis, but I can simplify by saying due to the way mater and molecules are bonded together curtain predictable out comes in the design will and must occur. 1 1=2 never does it equal 3 unless you factor in the idiotic uncertainty principal developed by fools who should have stuck to economics and stayed hell out of physics. Yes Im still bitter, I admit it. LoL.

  • Gostrider#

    Gostrider November 29, 2009 1:21:09 AM CET

    Excellent Knowledge of Nature! Now I ask the question, why isn't the "Fibonacci Sequence" or "Golden Mean" taught in schools? At least not in any that I went to. I have a Engineer degree majoring in physics and mathematics!

  • Pindz#

    Pindz November 28, 2009 9:44:05 PM CET

    Amazing Work Doc!

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