Science also crosses borders. It is always everywhere in unexpected ways. The seemingly rigid series can present a dazzling scientific beauty. The mysterious and beautiful Fibonacci sequence has a strong sense of art. Because of this, Fibonacci sequence often appears in tattoos.
In human history, Leonardo Fibonacci, an Italian mathematician, was a genius. When he was young, he learned Arabic numerals with his father in business in North Africa. In 1202, he wrote the book liber abaci, in which Fibonacci proposed the famous Fibonacci sequence.
Fibonacci sequence has been found in various fields. The most typical application of Fibonacci sequence in life is in botany. The leaf order in botany also conforms to the Fibonacci sequence. Leaf sequence is a study of the arrangement of botanical units in plants. Fibonacci oblique helix is also very common in botany. Fibonacci oblique helix can be regarded as either a group of anticlockwise helix or a group of clockwise helix. The number of helix in these two cases is the two adjacent numbers in Fibonacci series. The scales on sunflower plates, pineal seeds and pineapples that we are familiar with perfectly conform to this characteristic.