10 thoughts on “Doodling in Math Class: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Plants”

  1. And, of course, this all began in a random and accidental way, without any help from an intelligent Creator. Yea, that’s the ticket! I envy the sheer faith of evolutionists. Let the snarkiness begin.

  2. Ok 🙂 but 1st, that was really good!. Now bring on the mathamatical evidence of an intelligent creator, and the mathamatical evidence of the creator that created the creator, because if it’s that awesome somebody must have created it. 🙂 Oh and who created that creator and who created that creator and who created that creator and who created that creator and……….. 🙂

  3. Too bad its wayyyyyyy over your head Jonco (and others) but if they used techniques like this when we were in grade school maybe it would have got more students to be interested.
    The last line is the most reveling, (for those that didn’t get that far), something like… math, physics, biology and chemistry are all interrelated, focusing on one to the exclusion of the others is not educating, just boring.
    I listened to a good talk the other day, bottom line: “We may have the best education system, but it was developed in the 17th century”.

  4. Fred, no faith required, just a bit more thinking. God did it, isn’t an answer, it’s just a way of ceasing to think about the question, and more importantly attempting to stop any discussion on the topic. Science would have come to a standstill centuries ago if curious folks had just settled for “God” as the answer to any difficult scientific questions.

    • They don’t have to be ” difficult scientific questions” any simple question(s).
      Poor Galileo. Only took 3 centuries to apologize to him.

  5. my middle child doodles in math class maybe she is paying attention. no wait she draws sonic fan caricatures so probably not the same thing.

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