Misconceptions about the Golden Ratio

by Matthew Innis |

Around 1990, Dr. George Markowsky, professor of computer science at the University of Maine, intended to present a talk about the wonders of the golden ratio to his school’s Classics Club. Like any good scientist, he decided to double-check the “facts” before he repeated what he had read so often in textbooks, newspapers, and scholarly…

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