Permalink Submitted by shoutofgaia on September 26, 2017

Does it surprise anyone that if we treat all numbers from 0 (0000) as four digits up to 9999 we end up at 6174 (excluding the series where numbers are the same), which is pretty darn close to the golden ratio when divided by the whole sample number (0.6180).

## All numbers from 0 to 9999 treated as four digits.

Does it surprise anyone that if we treat all numbers from 0 (0000) as four digits up to 9999 we end up at 6174 (excluding the series where numbers are the same), which is pretty darn close to the golden ratio when divided by the whole sample number (0.6180).