incredible amazing pictures of plants: around, 
you might imagine that branches, leaves and flowers grow at random, 
haphazardly. The truth is, however, that the points at which every branch, 
leaf, stem, bud or petal emerge, have all been set out 
according to fixed laws and miraculously precise measures. 

There are patterns everywhere you look in the natural world, the most 
persistent of which is the Fibonacci sequence. The sequence was first described 
by ancient Indian mathematicians hundreds of years before the birth of Christ, 
even though it’s named after the Italian mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, who 
was more famously known as ‘Fibonacci’. It was Fibonacci’s book “Liber Abaci”, 
published in the early 13th 
century, that introduced this magical sequence to the Western world....

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