The real-world examples in this short but informative book are far from comprehensive. One can look in nearly every direction and see examples of the Fibonacci Sequence. Whether one believes the Big Bang Theory or some divine entity created our world, a recurring theme permeates throughout life as we know it, one that is represented in earth and its galaxy as well as in plants, animals and humans.
The theme is represented not only in the lowly snail and sunflowers, for instance, but also within human DNA and in the infinite number of galaxies of our universe. This theme is called The Fibonacci Sequence, named after a man who lived over eight centuries ago, Leonardo Pisano Bigollo, better known as Fibonacci.
It is, quite figuratively, in the eye of the beholder to see it. One only needs to open one’s mind, whether or not one considers themselves a mathematician, to the fact that this fascinating set of numbers abounds throughout all of earth and the heavens, encompassing a vast expanse of organic and non-organic matter.
About the Author
Michael Eric Brown is known for his contributions both on and offline, especially in the realm of social justice and gender concerns. As a professional freelance writer, he writes on a variety of subjects and engages his readers with his unique writing style. He and his wife left the United States in 2014 to live in and experience the Latin American cultures of Mexico and Central America. They are involved in supporting their travels through writing and digital photography, among other creative enterprises through their business, Boundless Endeavors, Inc.