Mind blown, I never realized this coincidence:
You can use the next number in the Fibonacci sequence (1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34) to convert from miles to kilometers.
For example, 13 miles is 21 kilometers.
@fribbledom wow, wtf. This works for quite a while before the Fibonacci numbers are slightly too low for the outputted kilometers.
WHAT IS HAPPENING
@fribbledom oh, okay, it’s because the golden ratio (1.618…) is very close to how many kilometers are in a mile (1.609…)
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