Some Tidbits:

Phi (the golden ratio) plays a very important role in Mathematics,

Sciences, Arts and Zome tool. Please take a look at

http://redsevenone.wordpress.com/

(and click on the link on the right side ZOME - the Answers Before you ask for Zome tool),

and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio (for Phi and Golden Ratio).

If Pi day is celebrated on March 14 (3/14), don't you think Phi day

should be celebrated on 6th of January (1/6)

If Phi is 1.6180339887, then 1/Phi is 0.6180339887 - Do you know why? Because Phi satisfies the algebraic equation Phi^2 = Phi + 1.

If you divide this equation by Phi, you see the answer. This trick was

revealed to me by none other than my co-blogger TV Raman

## Friday, May 4, 2007

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