TITLE Dancing to Nature's Geometrical Tune
FORMAT Square 210 x 210 mm / 84 pages / full colour
CONTENT Dancing to Nature's Geometrical Tune, which was inspired by a visit to The Eden Project in Cornwall, looks at some evidence for geometry in nature, in the form of leaves, flowers, shells, butterflies and minerals. The same geometries are found in architecture and some examples are given. The article also considers the invisible energies that underly the visible world such as gravity, electricity and radiation which manifest themselves in the fall of Isaac Newton's famous apple, light at the flick of a switch and xray imagery, though none of these forces is visible to the human eye.