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Ellenberg wrote a really interesting book called How Not to be Wrong: the Power of Mathematical Thinking.” It’s not quite as tough going as the title suggests. I loved this article. I don’t understand much of it, but the subject still fascinates me.
Thanks – I read an article once about WHY the Fibonacci sequence showed up so often in nature – in flowers and such. There actually is an advantage to that series… though it seems pretty subtle to me. I’ll try and track down that article – it too was written in an understandable way.