When the Fibonacci number sequence is based on the number seven and its multiples, the Fibonacci sequence self-repeats when the differences between it and the new number-seven-based Fibonacci sequence are calculated. When it comes to Lucas numbers, the same thing happens. Is it possible to apply the same approach to any two numbers at the start of a Fibonacci/Lucas-like sequence? The answer is a resounding no. This unique property of the golden proportion sheds light on the quantum constant (h) and fine structure constant of hydrogen, the world’s most abundant, lightest, and most pervasive element, as well as other natural constants with a dimensionless number close to the golden proportion (Phi) of the Fibonacci sequence, and serves as the foundation for the binary quantum computer code and a uni-Phi-ed theory of mathematics and physics. The goal is to use quantum computer code to decipher an encrypted universe. When you log into a quantum computer, you can see the records of two people.
David F. Haight,
Department of Philosophy, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA.
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