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Michael S. Schneider is an educator developing new perceptions of nature, science, art, and mathematics, holding workshops for teachers, artists, architects, and children concerning nature's numerical language. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and a Master's Degree in Math Education from the University of Florida. He was a Fulbright-Hayes Scholar in India and taught in public schools for eleven years. An education writer and computer consultant, he designed the geometry harmonizing the statues at the entrance to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City, where he lives.

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5.0 su 5 stelle Mind expanding experience 5 gennaio 2017
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This is the most incredible book I have read on Sacred Geometry - ever! While most books explain Sacred Geometry mathematically or historically, this is the best one for in-depth study. Not only does Schneider show you how to draw all the figures, but he spends page after page explaining the IMPORTANCE of the figure and number. He connects every number to the next. He demonstrates how each is found in nature and why the universe simply wouldn't exist outside of Sacred Geometry. You simply cannot see the world, or numbers, in the same way after reading this book. What's great about the author's approach is he doesn't attempt to place Sacred Geometry as anything more than a fascinating and incredible reality. He doesn't turn it into some mystical, magical, woo-woo nonsense. Simply put, it explains the universe without attempting to imply something that isn't there.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Hysterical how about 1 in 10 people just don't get it! 6 luglio 2016
Di John R. Deecken - Pubblicato su
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Magnificent presentation of a subject virtually untouched by modern scholarship. Fortunately this book is written in a very user-friendly way - not an intellectual hodge-podge that a few reviewers mention. The author wants the reader to THINK, not just regurgitate some Steven Hawking babble. So if you CAN Indeed think for yourself, u will love this book. If you are an intellectual snob, you will just be more of a snob when u give-up trying to GET IT.
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5.0 su 5 stelle This Book Might Completely Change the Way You See Math 13 ottobre 2015
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Although I'm a well educated person, like many I was part of the "Drill & Kill" method. Math was just a means to an end, and although I use business math every day and actually enjoy it I never consciously saw the universal connection. I bought this book because my daughter is a pure math major (and a genius I'm sure😎) and I wanted to better understand what she's studying. This book completely changed the way I see math and gave me a new view of the world. I can't give higher praise than that. If someone had taught me math that way as a child I'm sure I would have had a different experience. Thank you for helping me see the beauty my daughter sees when looking at numbers.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Get this, get this, get this book! 17 gennaio 2016
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Definitively, the best book on numbers in the known Universe! The author is eclectic and comprehensive and simply amazing! I understand numbers in a whole new way now. I wish that I had this book when I was being taught math and biology and physics. The book is poignant and beautiful and written so that anyone can understand the concepts. He incorporates ancient history, nature, spiritual traditions, music, philosophy and symbolism! Numbers are everything and everywhere! Really, I love it. It is my favorite new book.
5.0 su 5 stelle Easy, fun, educational! 8 aprile 2014
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Maybe modern math has developed as an impenetrable, boring rote of memorization to most people, but the real background of humanity's fascination with geometry and numbers, along with the profound usefulness it has given us, comes down to some very simple concepts that just inexplicably work with both the physical and abstract universe.

Combining history, mythology and aspects of religion, (and a certain amount of play) the author shows us how numbers have not only been surprisingly intimate companions to all cultures, they are inextricably interwoven with life, matter and energy itself. This is a truly educational book, probably far too easy and entertaining and liberating to appeal to school masters, but perfect as an after hours project to let you know what is REALLY going on with those mysterious ideas we call numbers and geometry. Don't worry, it only goes from 1 to 10, with a few mentions of higher multiples. Now all we need is a similar book about Zero- if such a thing is possible.