Scale of Beauty "Golden Ratio"

Come on, take the paper, the pen,

Valide your beauty with gold.

Now you may not be connecting this subject to science.

Science decides if we're pretty or not? you may ask.

You're not wrong.

Beauty is relative and, frankly, transcends the bounds of science.
A person you like very much, who you find handsome or beautiful, may not be of interest to anyone else. Or a music that you like, and it'll make someone else's ear tying. I'm about to measure beauty with simple mathematics, but I'm already warning you that these subjects are as much associated with emotional intelligence as numerical intelligence, and that there are many other factors in the background of likes. Don't be mad at me if you don't fit the beauty measure. Like I said, beauty is relative, remember!

First of all, let me increase your curiosity about our scale, the Golden Rate;

What is the secret of this Golden Ratio, which has made a name for itself in many different areas, from the pyramids in Egypt, which attracts tourists every year, to Leonardo da Vinci's world-famous painting Mona Lisa, from sunflowers, snails, pine cones to our fingers, in living inanimate beings?

Who is the first person in history to find this number?

Let's answer all these questions;

The answer to the questions is hidden in a number of questions that an Italian mathematician named Fibonacci found as a result of his research. In short, the common feature of these numbers, also called Fibonacci numbers, which are found after a simple mathematical process, is that each of the numbers in the array consists of the sum of the two numbers that came before it.

Fibonacci Numbers:

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, ...

Fibonacci numbers have an interesting feature, even if the calculations we have done so far seem ordinary to us. When you divide any number in the array by the number before it, you get numbers that are very close together.
This number is even pinned after the 13th-ranked number in the series. This constant number is called the "Golden Ratio".

GOLDEN RATIO = 1,618

233 of 144 = 1,618

377 / 233 = 1,618

610/377 = 1,618

987 / 610 = 1,618

1597 / 987 = 1,618

2584/1597 = 1,618

Yes, superficially, as I mentioned above, it is possible to come across the Golden Ratio in all beings, from snails, sunflowers, the structure of DNA to galaxies.

Some artists, scientists and designers who discover this magical ratio, which is observed among the parts of a whole and is estimated to give the most competent dimensions in terms of harmony, take the human body whose proportions are determined according to the Golden Ratio as a measure when conducting their research or revealing their products.

For example, Leonardo da Vinci and Corbusier (as I mentioned earlier) also measured the human body determined by the Golden Ratio when making their designs and drawings.
For example, Leonardo da Vinci and Corbusier (as I mentioned earlier) also measured the human body determined by the Golden Ratio when making their designs and drawings.
Neufert, one of the most important application books of today's architects, is based on the human body determined according to the Golden Ratio.

Now, especially the part that interests us women the most,

The first example that can be given to this ratio, which is an important reference in determining facial and body beauty; when the distance between the belly and the foot is considered 1 unit, the human height is equivalent to 1,618.

In addition, some other Golden Ratios in our body are as follows:

Fingertip - between elbow / Wrist-to-elbow,

Distance from shoulder height to bedside / Head length,

Distance between belly and bedside / Distance from shoulder level to bedside,

Belly - knee to knee / Knee to foot break.

If you want, you can now take your hand off your computer or mobile phone and discover your own Golden Ratio over your index finger. I'm sure most of you will witness the miracle up close by reaching this magic number like I did.

If we pay attention, the other fingers other than all of our thumbs are three suffocating, and the ratio of the full length of the finger to the first two suffocating usually gives the Golden Ratio with a small margin of error. You may also notice that the ratio of the middle finger to the pinky finger is also worth the Golden Ratio.

By the way, if we calculate these ratios for the face and the value reached as a result of the calculation fits the Golden Ratio, that face will be significantly beautiful by most people.
By the way, if we calculate these ratios for the face and the value reached as a result of the calculation fits the Golden Ratio, that face will be significantly beautiful by most people.
Let me give you some magazine information.

Bella Hadid, the most beautiful woman in the world, was chosen according to the evaluation of the Golden Ratio in England.



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