The Giza Plateau Exploring the amazing mystery of the Giza plateau, looking into the mathematics and geometry of the pyramids. The location of the Sphinx is related to the golden ratio (phi), as seen below. The Egyptians used the golden ratio (phi) everywhere. “Geometry has two great treasures: one is the Theorem of Pythagoras; the …

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## The Cosmic Equation

The Cosmic Identity/Equation One of the most interesting mathematical identities. This ‘cosmic‘ identity works for all numbers (x) in the mathematical universe. And what is interesting is that we can link it to Pythagoras’s theorem. This means that for each number (x) we have a corresponding right angled triangle. For example, if we make our number …

## Art of Pi

The Art of pi. Some of my static mathematical art. Some of my mathematical geometric art, mostly relating to the numbers pi and phi. The union between the circle and the square. See more : Visualising pi (animations)

## The 4 Angle Mounds – Circles and Squares

These next set of circles and squares all have there areas (a) and circumferences (c) marked, along with the diameter of the circles and the height of the squares. (Fig. 13-15) The side-length of square #1 is equal to the diameter of circle #2. The same is true for square #2 and circle #3 and …

## The Symmetry of Pi and the Squared Circle

The Symmetry of Pi and the Squared Circle. We can perform simple arithmetic with both the circle and square. Meaning we can add and subtract one circle/square from another. The symmetry the squared circle (Diameter). The symmetry of a quarter of the Squared Circle (Radius). Further complicated the symmetry showing both the Further complicating the …

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## Unifying the Cosmic Identity with Pythagoras and Trigonometry

Unifying the mathematics of the Cosmic Identity with Pythagoras and Trigonometry. The Cosmic Identity Pythagoras We can link this equation with Pythagoras’s theorem. So that for each number (x) we have a corresponding right angled triangle and each triangle has height (A) = 2, base (B) = x-1/x and hypotenuse (C) = x+1/x. Double Triangle …

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## Animations that Visualize Pi

The weight of evidence for an extraordinary claim must be proportioned to its strangeness. — Laplace. Visualizing the angle of Pi, using the cosmic identity, Pythagoras and trigonometry. Spinning Pi animation Vesiica Piscis Pi Animation Squaring the Circle Animation Pi Buddha Animation Pi slideshow animation