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    new metal song based on math of PHI

    I dont know if there is any other math, physics freaks out here

    Here is a metal song base on using PHI ( The Golden Ratio )




    the making of it and some of the math and theory behind it.



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    Tool did it better IMHO
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    too much thought not enough beer
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    How about one for the Higgs?
    Allegaeon "the God Particle" \m/

    The lyrics are in the description.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadking2006 View Post
    How about one for the Higgs?
    Allegaeon "the God Particle" \m/
    Pure awesome-ness! Thanks for this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadking2006 View Post
    How about one for the Higgs?
    Allegaeon "the God Particle" \m/

    The lyrics are in the description.
    Awesome! Thanks!
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    Can we get a science metal DLC soon?
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    Hi,

    just a remark to connect the 2 first movies. When you divide 2 following numbers of the fibonanci sequence 1, 1 , 2, 3, 5 ,8, 13 you get an approximation of phi. The further in the sequence, the more accurate. E.g. 8/5 = 1,6 13/8 = 1,1625 etc.

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