In the 13th century, Leonardo
Fibonacci introduced the world to a sequence of numbers where each successive number is the sum of the previous two. Moreover, the ratio of any number in the sequence to the previous number is approximately equal to 1,618. This sequence is based on the Golden section, which is represented in nature. For example, the human body largely is a sample of the Golden section. Shells of snails, plants, and even out of reach galaxies, which are visible from space.