• yeah yeah, and im sure somehow this equals toï»¿ 23...

• The dimensions of a credit card are 86 millimeters by 54 millimeters. which means when we divideï»¿ it results to 1.592592592592593

• can phi be foundï»¿ the the " Fibonacci & Jnhm Matrix ? "

• Come now! You certainly didnt measue aï»¿ credit card to an accuracy of 16 figures, and they certainly cant cut them to that accuracy. (-;

• And also:ï»¿ 1/(any phi^odd) = (the decimal portion of that phi^odd)

AND: (any phi^even) = 1/[1 - (the decimal portion of that phi^even)]

Exactly!

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• with all due respect, that is not true! That # =ï»¿ an infinitly large #! Please explain

• 1 plus theï»¿ square root of 5 divided by 2 = phi Ï†

:-)

• the square root of 1 + square root ofï»¿ 2 + root 3 + root 4 etc...

gets closer and closer to phi

• Blablablablabla wishful thinkingï»¿ till the end!

• and phi^2=phi+1 :)ï»¿

• For people wondering, Phi's exact value is (1+sqrt5)/2.

An interestingï»¿ note is that Phi-1 = 1/Phi.

• What happens when you round that decimal off ?ï»¿ I get 1.6, That's pretty close to Phi.