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for those that think the Fibonacci number(Fn) sequence is just a coincidence there are MANY"non" math equations and sums on the "insides".For example by combining 3 consecutive Fn creates a new Hybrid Fibonacci number that still sums in a sequence!!...btw...a "0"* is added where needed.
ex 0,1,1,2,3,5,8 become
this works forwards and backwards. It also works with the "sister" Lucas numbers(Ln)sequence and of course adding 2 hybrid Fn equals a hybrid Ln and all it's variations......and yes ....they still sum to the golden ratio!!.The Fn are the most unique sequence there is.IMO it is the key to everything.