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**Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: Why is time one-dimensional?**

« **on:**02/02/2018 07:20:11 »

First, thank you again Colin for moving the post, and apologies once again.

The article is in the following: Golden ratio discovered in a quantum world, Hidden symmetry observed for the first time in solid state matter, Helmholtz Association (still can't add link).

The first two resonate notes described there I'm thinking, and correct me if I am wrong, similar to the foot-print analogy I offered. Once again, apologies if I've made an oversight there with that article. Yet the point I was making was that with those frequencies in two different notes there exists that golden ratio resonance.

The article is in the following: Golden ratio discovered in a quantum world, Hidden symmetry observed for the first time in solid state matter, Helmholtz Association (still can't add link).

The first two resonate notes described there I'm thinking, and correct me if I am wrong, similar to the foot-print analogy I offered. Once again, apologies if I've made an oversight there with that article. Yet the point I was making was that with those frequencies in two different notes there exists that golden ratio resonance.