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#1 2013-03-16 17:37:34

Registered: 2013-03-16
Posts: 1

New discovery on the Fibonacci sequence

Hi all,
now I have recently found out about the meaning of Fibonacci sequence and golden number while I was wondering around after seen a video of the Coral Castle... while I was doing my research on the arguments I had a click in mi mind and i figure out something which I think it's impressive and I cannot find any information about it. I think it's something to which I've arrived in a strange way but everything make sense to me and I'll work on a video to explain exactly what I've found out about the Fibonacci sequence that until now I found not discussed anywhere.
Well my question is: to who am I supposed to explain a new discovery on the Fibonacci sequence? I just don't want to talk to the first people comes in front of me, where can i find a big expert?


#2 2013-03-16 19:30:28

From: Bumpkinland
Registered: 2009-04-12
Posts: 107,783

Re: New discovery on the Fibonacci sequence

Hi StefanoP;

Welcome to the forum. Before you go looking for a so called expert why not post the germ of  your idea and see if it stands up to scrutiny.

By the way, when I get to Florida, CC is one of the places I am going to take a look at.

Last edited by bobbym (2013-03-16 21:19:01)

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