I always wonder that, if we could found atom existence (electron, proton, and neutron), then according to our veidic and jain science/theory, why we couldn’t find karmic particles in science?

Anyway, who knows after few more hundred years, we will have solution of our many questions. But right now, you will enjoy this Fibonacci series magic in our universe. They claim in all living being they find this magic. Interesting!

Yes I learn about golden ratio in my school days. The carpenter knows about it. They told DODHIYU or something like that. Golden ratio is near to 1.5 its value is 1.61803399….

@Manish,
Yes, it is DODHIYU…and before calculator invented, few people were very fast in calculating using DODHIYU…My father told us those methods. He was fast in calculating because of many such formulas.
Thanks for wiki link.

@Pravin Sir,
Thanks for your comment. This vedio is from youtube. I found it interesting..so, posted it here.

You have given a lot of examples in nature where Fibonacci series is appropriate. marvelous !

Comment by pravinshah47 — February 15, 2011 @ 2:58 pm |

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio

Hi

Yes I learn about golden ratio in my school days. The carpenter knows about it. They told DODHIYU or something like that. Golden ratio is near to 1.5 its value is 1.61803399….

When we learn recursive programming, programme for Fibonacci series was the typical example. However we can calculate any nth number in Fibonacci sequence with formula as per

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio#Relationship_to_Fibonacci_sequence

We do not need recursion.

Good article.

Regards

Manish

Comment by Manish — February 16, 2011 @ 10:21 am |

@Manish,

Yes, it is DODHIYU…and before calculator invented, few people were very fast in calculating using DODHIYU…My father told us those methods. He was fast in calculating because of many such formulas.

Thanks for wiki link.

@Pravin Sir,

Thanks for your comment. This vedio is from youtube. I found it interesting..so, posted it here.

Comment by Hiral — February 16, 2011 @ 2:53 pm |