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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johannes_Kepler Kepler was convinced "that the geometrical things have provided the Creator with the model for decorating the whole world".[61] In Harmony, he attempted to explain the proportions of the natural world—particularly the astronomical and astrological aspects—in terms of music.

Johannes Kepler, a hand-annotated illustration plate from Harmonice mundi showing the perfect solids.

Abu al-Wafa’ al-Buzjani's lunar phases trigonometry

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Luca Pacioli´s book De Divina Proportione illustrated by Leonardo da Vinci.

Page from original copy of Luca Pacioli’s 1509 Treatise, De Divina Proportione with sketch of polyhedra by Leonardo da Vinci. On exhibit in Mlan, Italy

Albrecht Duerer - De Symmetria

olivepearl: “dynamicallydesigned: “ beentoseabefore: “ workman: “ flasd: From Albrecht Duerer famous book on design fundamentals: “De Symmetria” (Unterweysung der Messung), 1525 ” ”

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Lakes Notebook    A map from one of Coleridge’s notebooks kept between July and September 1802, recording his solitary exploration of the mountainous landscape of the Lake District.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Lakes Notebook A map from one of Coleridge’s notebooks kept between July and September recording his solitary exploration of the mountainous landscape of the Lake District.

Fantastical Bio scientific Thoughts   Katie Scott inspiration

Fantastical Bio-scientific Thoughts - Katie Scott

Patternbank are loving Katie Scott’s surreal anatomy and scientific illustrations. A recent Brighton University illustration graduate, Katie uses scanned w

The End Of Humanity? Project HAARP: US Weather Control -  (Video) http://b4in.info/rY8Q

TIME Magazine Cover: Nikola Tesla - July 1931 - Inventions - Innovation - Science & Technology

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Nasrudeen Tusi's Record of Euclid's Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

Golden Mean Ratio: The golden ratio describes the relationship between two proportions. Very similar to nature it follows the 1:1.61 Ratio.

Golden Mean Ratio: The golden ratio describes the relationship between two proportions. The ratio between subsequent Fibonacci numbers approaches the Golden Ratio, denoted by the Greek letter Phi.

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