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The nautilus shell presents one of the finest natural examples of a logarithmic spiral In geometry, a logarithmic shell is also known as golden spiral, which shows a natural algorithm. A nautilus shell grows and gets wider by a factor π for every quarter turn it makes.
This is also described in arts and literature as the golden ratio.
Nautilus consulting is supporting your enterprise in a constant endeavor to find the golden ratio for your goals.
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