Nature's Symmetry

 teachMathematics: Nature's Symmetry

Our survival as human beings has relied on our ability to recognise symmetry. In the past, seeing a symmetrical object in the distance probably meant that there was something to eat, or something that could eat us, approaching! Today flowers rely on this symmetry to pollinate and survive. Bees with their terrible eyesight (have you ever noticed how they fly around bumping into things?) can just about pick out striking...


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