If you take the time to know more about nature, you’ll be amazed at the many wonders it offers — and this is just one of them. There are plants that double as home decors because of their beauty. One look and you’ll immediately know why.
This book focuses on the origin of the Gielis curves, surfaces and transformations in the plant sciences. It is shown how these transformations, as a generalization of the Pythagorean Theorem, play an essential role in plant morphology and development.
These plants would definitely have you gazing in awe with their definite patterns and shapes. If you love symmetry, you can grow some of these in your own yard to enjoy!
We suppose what Galileo Galilei once said is true — that “[The universe] is written in the language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles, and other geometric figures.” 😉
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