This article sheds some light onto what the Fibonacci Rabbit Riddle is. The Fibonacci rabbit riddle illustrates a self accumulating growth sequence. The origins of the riddle are quite interesting. It was actually a side note to a much bigger discovery Fibonacci had made which he was explaining in a book. This discovery is actually […]

## Number Two and the Dyad

During my study of number as form in nature I always slightly overlooked the number TWO and with it the understanding of the Dyad. It was the numbers THREE and SIX that always drew my fascination and after that I was drawn to the wonders of FIVE as an archetype in natural forms. Number Two […]

## The January Blues

The short days of January don’t seem to hold much opportunity to get outside, storm after storm have taken their toll on muddy paths and gardens. But I mulched the branches of the Christmas tree and made a tall bird feeder with the trunk. It’s drawing a few birds in search of food, which is […]

## Dodecahedron: Regular Dimensions

hfcm id=”7″ hfcm id=”8″ How many pentagons are in a Dodecahedron? The Dodecahedron is formed of 12 faces of regular pentagons. It is made up from 20 vertices, 30 edges and the 12 faces. It is termed regular because each face is a regular polygon, in this instance that polygon being the pentagon. In 3 […]

## Rotational Symmetry of a Pentagon: Rotational Symmetry in Nature

hfcm id=”5″ hfcm id=”6″ What is Rotational Symmetry? A Rotation is a transformation of a shape around a central point. Rotational Symmetry is when the rotated shape looks the same as in the original position. In the diagram here, the point of rotation is where the lines meet at the centre. The shape that’s rotated […]