Nassim Haramein

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When looking at a nautilus shell, one doesn’t see the geometry of the Phi ratio explicitly mapped out on the shell, only the result of the underlying geometric structure is apparent: a Fibonacci spiral that contracts towards and expands from singularity. In a similar way, one does not “see” the underlying geometric lattice of the structure of the vacuum of spacetime. What we observe is the result of that geometry: the organization of matter and flow of energy at all scales adhering to a foundational infinite scalar tetrahedral array… http://resonance.is/ The Resonance Project • The Resonance Project – Traduction Française • The Resonance Project – Página Oficial Hispana • Spacetime • Space.com • Science & Technology • Physics-astronomy • Phi – 1:1.618 – the Golden Ratio • Cosmometry • The Sacred of Geometry • Physics Today • (post by Jamie Janover)
Nassim Haramein

When looking at a nautilus shell, one doesn’t see the geometry of the Phi ratio explicitly mapped out on the shell, only the result of the underlying geometric structure is apparent: a Fibonacci spiral that contracts towards and expands from singularity.

In a similar way, one does not “see” the underlying geometric lattice of the structure of the vacuum of spacetime. What we observe is the result of that geometry: the organization of matter and flow of energy at all scales adhering to a foundational infinite scalar tetrahedral array…

http://resonance.is/

The Resonance Project • The Resonance Project – Traduction Française • The Resonance Project – Página Oficial Hispana • Spacetime • Space.com • Science & Technology • Physics-astronomy • Phi – 1:1.618 – the Golden Ratio • Cosmometry • The Sacred of Geometry • Physics Today • (post by Jamie Janover)

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