Category Archives: Science and Mathematics

We’re Not Very “Smart”, Are We?

It’s New: It Must Be Good… “Smart” anything is a warning label. Big Brother has found a way to control your environment, and ultimately you, too. Just ask David Icke… The real reason for Smart Meters is hidden behind bullshit … Continue reading

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Happy (Chem) Trails to You?

Stonehenge This beautiful photograph was taken from a drone hovering above the heritage site. When I shared it on the Fountain International Facebook page, one person commented, writing “shame about the chemtrailed sky.” I hadn’t even noticed. As that wasn’t … Continue reading

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The Demiurge in the Digital Age

A Flow Chart? We don’t usually equate the Creator God with a computer programmer, but are they not One and the same? Everything in the known Universe can be broken down into binary code, the ‘on/off’ switch. And everything evolves … Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci and the Vitruvian Man

Universal Genius Following on from yesterday’s article about the Golden Ratio, I wish to focus on Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man, today. At the bottom of the original drawing on paper, Leonardo wrote some notes (backwards, mirror-style). Here’s a translation as quoted … Continue reading

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Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio

Pyramid Sales? This is weird. Researching the Fibonacci sequence, I came across this Fibonacci tree image and immediately thought of pyramid selling or Ponzi schemes. The difference, as my wife pointed out, is that the image would ordinarily be inverted. … Continue reading

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