Body temperatures and sterilization points fall near the phi points between freezing and boiling. Body temperatures vary, even within humans. The body temperatures of mammals range from around 97° to over 103° Fahrenheit. Birds have average temperatures of around 105° Fahrenheit. The phi point between the freezing temperature (32° F) and the boiling temperature (212° F) … [Read more...]
Phi, aka the Golden Ratio, and the Fibonacci sequence appear in the patterns and proportions of physical design in many living creatures. The most notable appearance is in the human form. Key features of the human face can embody many golden ratios, leading to our perceptions of beauty. Phi also appears in the body temperatures, and even in the dimensions of our DNA.
A peaceful heartbeat is said by some to beat in a Phi rhythm. The prominent parts of an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) are the P wave, a deflection caused by the current originating in the atrium; the QRS complex, showing the passage of the electrical activity into the ventricles; and the T wave, as the ventricles reset themselves. The electrocardiograms (ECG or EKG) of human … [Read more...]
Fibonacci numbers define key points in human aging. Fibonacci numbers mark key points in the human aging and development process, as illustrated in the following table, based on insights provided by Norman S. Rose, Ph.D. at his site at http://whizkidz.org: Human Age Development Stage Key … [Read more...]
Phi is found in the dimensions of the teeth, mouth, lips and even your smile. For several decades, Dr. Eddy Levin of the U.K. has used the concept of phi to design aesthetically pleasing cosmetic and orthodontic corrections in the field of dentistry. Dr. Levin's principles are compulsory study in many American Dental Schools. The images below show several how phi … [Read more...]