## Fibonacci Spiral

The Fibonacci Spiral in nature:

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# Cool Facts

## Fibonacci Spiral

## Dudeney numbers

## Happy birthday Hawking, happy death day Galileo

## Perfect Pizza Slicing

## Pi crop circles

## Pinocchio paradox

## Pi explaination

## Do the math – weightloss

## A Friendly Chat About Whether 0.999… = 1

The Fibonacci Spiral in nature:

This is pretty neat. A Dudeney number is a positive integer that is a perfect cube such that the sum of its decimal digits is equal to the cube root of the number. For example: 5832 = 18 x 18 x 18… and 5 + 8 + 3 + 2 = 18. How many such …

Just a note that today is Stephen Hawking’s birthday and also Galileo’s death day. Galileo Galilei Born: Feb 15th, 1564 (Pisa) Died: Jan 8th, 1642 (Arcetri) Stephen William Hawking Born: Jan 8th, 1942 (Oxford)Died: Should have died five decades ago. Hawking’s birth occurred on the 300th anniversary of Galileo’s death! Hawking says, “Galileo, perhaps more …

This has honestly been all over the internet. EVERY single blog/website I read had this — boing boing, slashdot, digg, digg again, mixx, reddit (posted 4 times actually), among with a billion other sites. PIZZA MATH!!! PIZZA MATH!!! PIZZA MATH!!! AHHHH. Enough with the stupid pizza slicing!!. Anyways, if you seriously haven’t seen this yet …

You may have seen this already since it dates back to June 2008… But there was reports of a crop circle that represented the first 10 digits of pi (including the decimal point). Pictures below. Believers in aliens argue it was made by mathematically minded aliens… But of course, there is a super high probability …

Hmmm…

This is neat hahaha… No idea where it came from. It says gifbin.com on the image though ðŸ˜€

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Via reddit I stumbled upon this site which talks about something called hyperreal numbers and claims that in this theory, the equation 0.999… = 1 is false. For those who follow the internet, the question of whether 0.999…=1 has come up a quadbrazillion times on practically every math related forum and even the non-math ones. …