What is Phi?
WHAT IS PHI?
“Phi” is the Greek letter that refers to the golden ratio. The golden ratio is also known as the golden mean, golden section, golden number, divine proportion, Fibonacci sequence, or Fibonacci numbers.
Phi is found in the hydrogen bond and is the fascinating proportion that appears repeatedly in DNA and living organisms (e.g., humans, trees, shellfish). It is the controlling proportion that gives beauty in every thing it touches. Phi is the master ratio found in the Great Pyramids and all ancient architecture. Phi was used extensively in the paintings and sculptures of Leonardo Da Vinci.
Search for under “golden ratio,” “golden mean” or “divine proportion” on the Internet for information about Phi. One site that helps visualize the golden ratio is at www.goldennumber.net
For decades, Dr. Flanagan has worked with the unique physical properties related to the golden ratio in his scientific and medical achievements. From Dr. Flanagan’s first book, Pyramid Power, to his current Golden Ratio Series Neurophone, or the unique mathematical properties of his nanotechnology Microclusters®, Phi plays an important role in his technological achievements and inspiration.