The passive MOS Museum of Outdoor Arts can expand in a Fibonacci sequence

July 15, 2015 by  
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UTOPIA’s Bamboo Fibonacci Cabinet Brings the Golden Ratio Into Your Home

October 22, 2012 by  
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The Fibonacci sequence occurs frequently in nature – from the structure of a nautilus shell to the scales of a pine cone or center of a sunflower . Now Italian design studio UTOPIA has created a bamboo Fibonacci Cabinet that allows you to bring the genius of the universe into your home! Inspired by a traditional Chinese medicine cabinet, the system consists of seven separate units that combine to form the Golden Ratio (and a beautiful piece of furniture). Read the rest of UTOPIA’s Bamboo Fibonacci Cabinet Brings the Golden Ratio Into Your Home Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bamboo , cabinet , fibonacci cabinet , fibonacci sequence , golden ratio , italy , Milan , utopia

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13 Year-old Aidan Dwyer Discusses His Fibonacci Sequence-Inspired Solar Tree (Video)

October 26, 2011 by  
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American Natural History Museum/Public Domain From the get-go, the story seemed spun by a skilled, ultra-modern fabulist: A 13 year-old junior high student observes the sunlight-collecting properties of trees while on a hike in the woods. His family had been discussing acquiring solar panels for their backyard, but feared their space too limited. The young student nonetheless wonders if trees’ ability to soak up sunlight in relatively small areas might be replicable. So, after researching the Fibonacci sequence, he designs a ?solar tree’, erects it in his backyard, and goes about monitoring the data inputs and making adjustments — and makes a clean energy b… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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UK Offshore Wind Power Industry May Struggle To Keep Up, As Nation Adds 2.5 GW Per Year By 2016

October 26, 2011 by  
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Danny Nicholson / CC BY-ND 2.0 It’s a tough but somewhat enviable spot to be in: Research from RenewableUK shows that growth in offshore wind power in the UK is such that Britain’s supply chain will have a hard time keeping up by 2013 and 2014…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Blog Debunks 13-Year-Old’s Solar Power Breakthrough

August 22, 2011 by  
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image via American Museum of Natural History Last week, EarthTechling let us know that a 13-year-old came up with a solar breakthrough, noticing that using the Fibonacci sequence to organize solar cells could boost efficiency. The news story was big on TreeHugger, as well as on dozens of other news outlets around the nation. Everyone was excited for a teen to do such an interesting science project, and to be recognized with a Young Naturalist award by the American Museum of Natural History. However, the teen’s glory is short lived — a science blog has debunked the project. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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13-Year-Old Makes A Solar Breakthrough With Fibonacci Sequence

August 18, 2011 by  
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image via American Museum of Natural History One would be excused for suspecting that Aidan Dwyer, said to be 13, is in fact a small, very young-looking, 37-year-old college-educated con-man of the highest order. Such is not the case though for what the young Long Island lad has accomplished in a feat typically associated with much older individuals. As reported on the Patch community website out of Northport, N.Y., Aidan has used the Fibonacci sequence to devise a more efficient way to collect

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