The Most Beautiful Number in the Universe,
a single number so flawless, it formed the basis for all art and music; a number so important that it could be used across the disciplines of mathematics and physics; a number so profoundly purposeful that the natural world and the universe would bend to its whims.
That number is Phi [1.618...], an irrational number, transcendental that goes all the way to infinity. It represents the Golden Ratio and is the product for the Divine Proportion, an aesthetically pleasing manifesto for objects, abstract or physical, and the relations between them.
The visible spectrum of light is obtained using a glass prism and a point source and thus a continuum of wavelengths emerges; divided into seven main colors, arranged decreasingly based on electromagnetic radiation, going from red to violet [e.g.: rainbow].
Furthermore, it must be taken into consideration the absolute light, the absence of light, and the transitional point, looping the spectrum.
Ten digits, ten colors, and the profound number. Is there a pattern from which this transcendental signature sequence is arising?