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Phi Ratio and the Close-Minded Professor

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Painting by Van Gogh. I felt the sunflowers were appropriate since the golden ratio is found within them.

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So I found this the other day. Couldn’t believe I was seeing a Stanford professor teaching his students close-minded opinions about the golden ratio. He doesn’t back up any of his false answers. “False meaning unproven” is how he describes it, but all he would have to do is search the internet a bit more to find most of the proof he needed.

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