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Old 07-03-2019, 07:22 PM
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I am a thing.
#QuestionsAnswersExposition
1Are you a fictional thing? No 
2Are you a physical object?No  
3Are you a concept or idea?Yes  
4Do you have your own Wikipedia page?Yes 
5Are you a concept or idea introduced or discovered within the last 200 years?NoAlthough my current terminology dates to the past 200 years.
6Are you a scientific discovery?No  
7Were you introduced/discovered/defined by a specific known person?Varies Those are three words, and they don't all mean the same thing. They don't all have the same answer in regards to me.
8Are you a philosophical or religious concept?YesAlthough I am used in other disciplines as well
9Are you a concept an average high-schooler would be familiar with?No While they might be familiar with some things that qualify as examples of me, I am not commonly taught to high school students.
10Have you existed prior to being discovered or defined?Yes 
11Were you originally discovered within the last 1000 years?No  
12Were you originally discovered in Asia?Probably Not  
13Are you a concept that pertains only to humans (or sentient beings)?No  
14Are you a concept that pertains only to living things?No Although examples that don't involve living beings are rare.
15Were you originally discovered or defined more than 2000 years ago?Yes 
16Are you a natural process?No  
17Were you defined by a specific known person?Yes.Most of my known definitions can be traced back to specific people.
18Were you discovered by a specific known person?No  
19Are you associated with Buddhism? No  
20Did Plato write about you? No Plato holds special significance with regards to me, but he did not write about me.
21Does your name appear at least once within Plato's Wikipedia page? (Link is to a static version of the current page.)No  
22Were you originally defined by specific Greeks?No 
23Do you predate Plato?Yes 
24Outside of the religious/philosophical is it used in mathematical disciplines?Yes 
25Was it originally defined East of the border that currently separates Iran and Pakistan?Probably Not.  
26Are you a concept used in geometry?Probably 
27Are you the concept of nothingness/zero?No 
28Can you be used in mathematical proofs?Yes 
29Are you an Epicurean concept?No 
30Are you a Euclidic concept?No 
31Can you be represented by a single mathematical symbol such as π?No 
32Are you sin? (Either the mathematical term or religious term)No 
33Do you appear on this page?No 
34Do you pertain to a particular ratio or mathematical constant?No 
35Were you first discovered or defined more than 4000 years ago?MaybeThere is no specific recorded example that I know of of a person who discovered or defined me over 4000 years ago, but absence of evidence should never be confused with evidence of absence.
36Would humans have been aware of you before your discovery or definition?Yes 
37Are you wind?No 
38Are you a shape?No 
39Are you straight?No 
40Are you congruence?No 
41Are you a concept that can be used in cooking?NoNot that I know of.
42Are you a concept that can be used for art?Yes 
43Are you the golden ratio?No 
44Are you represented anywhere on this page?YesThis could be argued.
45Are you a religious concept?No 
46Are you represented anywhere on this page?Yes 
47Are you, or are you described by a spiral or a fractal?YesAlthough I find your choice of words vague.
48Are you a spiral?No 
49Are you self-similar?Yes 
50Are you a fractal?No 
51Are you tessellation?No 
52Are you two-dimensional?No 
53Are you an example of, or are you described by tessellation?No 
54Are you more than two-dimensional?NoI am not defined by dimension.
55"#17 Were you defined by a specific known person?" Are most of these people from Europe?I don't knowThis is not quantifiable, especially with the vagaries around the word 'defined'. Is a redefinition not also a definition? Does a definition need to be commonly used to be a definition? Does someone need some sort of authority before they can define something? Do we count informal definitions, or just formal ones?
56Are you represented anywhere in the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
57Are you represented anywhere in the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
58Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the first paragraph of the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
59Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the second paragraph of the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
60Are you a concept relevant to phyllotaxis?No 
61Are you a concept relevant to iteration?Yes 
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Old 07-09-2019, 03:58 PM
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Old 07-09-2019, 04:19 PM
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I am a thing.
#QuestionsAnswersExposition
1Are you a fictional thing? No 
2Are you a physical object?No  
3Are you a concept or idea?Yes  
4Do you have your own Wikipedia page?Yes 
5Are you a concept or idea introduced or discovered within the last 200 years?NoAlthough my current terminology dates to the past 200 years.
6Are you a scientific discovery?No  
7Were you introduced/discovered/defined by a specific known person?Varies Those are three words, and they don't all mean the same thing. They don't all have the same answer in regards to me.
8Are you a philosophical or religious concept?YesAlthough I am used in other disciplines as well
9Are you a concept an average high-schooler would be familiar with?No While they might be familiar with some things that qualify as examples of me, I am not commonly taught to high school students.
10Have you existed prior to being discovered or defined?Yes 
11Were you originally discovered within the last 1000 years?No  
12Were you originally discovered in Asia?Probably Not  
13Are you a concept that pertains only to humans (or sentient beings)?No  
14Are you a concept that pertains only to living things?No Although examples that don't involve living beings are rare.
15Were you originally discovered or defined more than 2000 years ago?Yes 
16Are you a natural process?No  
17Were you defined by a specific known person?Yes.Most of my known definitions can be traced back to specific people.
18Were you discovered by a specific known person?No  
19Are you associated with Buddhism? No  
20Did Plato write about you? No Plato holds special significance with regards to me, but he did not write about me.
21Does your name appear at least once within Plato's Wikipedia page? (Link is to a static version of the current page.)No  
22Were you originally defined by specific Greeks?No 
23Do you predate Plato?Yes 
24Outside of the religious/philosophical is it used in mathematical disciplines?Yes 
25Was it originally defined East of the border that currently separates Iran and Pakistan?Probably Not.  
26Are you a concept used in geometry?Probably 
27Are you the concept of nothingness/zero?No 
28Can you be used in mathematical proofs?Yes 
29Are you an Epicurean concept?No 
30Are you a Euclidic concept?No 
31Can you be represented by a single mathematical symbol such as π?No 
32Are you sin? (Either the mathematical term or religious term)No 
33Do you appear on this page?No 
34Do you pertain to a particular ratio or mathematical constant?No 
35Were you first discovered or defined more than 4000 years ago?MaybeThere is no specific recorded example that I know of of a person who discovered or defined me over 4000 years ago, but absence of evidence should never be confused with evidence of absence.
36Would humans have been aware of you before your discovery or definition?Yes 
37Are you wind?No 
38Are you a shape?No 
39Are you straight?No 
40Are you congruence?No 
41Are you a concept that can be used in cooking?NoNot that I know of.
42Are you a concept that can be used for art?Yes 
43Are you the golden ratio?No 
44Are you represented anywhere on this page?YesThis could be argued.
45Are you a religious concept?No 
46Are you represented anywhere on this page?Yes 
47Are you, or are you described by a spiral or a fractal?YesAlthough I find your choice of words vague.
48Are you a spiral?No 
49Are you self-similar?Yes 
50Are you a fractal?No 
51Are you tessellation?No 
52Are you two-dimensional?No 
53Are you an example of, or are you described by tessellation?No 
54Are you more than two-dimensional?NoI am not defined by dimension.
55"#17 Were you defined by a specific known person?" Are most of these people from Europe?I don't knowThis is not quantifiable, especially with the vagaries around the word 'defined'. Is a redefinition not also a definition? Does a definition need to be commonly used to be a definition? Does someone need some sort of authority before they can define something? Do we count informal definitions, or just formal ones?
56Are you represented anywhere in the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
57Are you represented anywhere in the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
58Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the first paragraph of the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
59Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the second paragraph of the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
60Are you a concept relevant to phyllotaxis?No 
61Are you a concept relevant to iteration?Yes 
62Is there a link to your wikipedia article within this wikipedia article?Nonot that I can see.

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Old 07-30-2019, 06:54 PM
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I am a thing.
#QuestionsAnswersExposition
1Are you a fictional thing? No 
2Are you a physical object?No  
3Are you a concept or idea?Yes  
4Do you have your own Wikipedia page?Yes 
5Are you a concept or idea introduced or discovered within the last 200 years?NoAlthough my current terminology dates to the past 200 years.
6Are you a scientific discovery?No  
7Were you introduced/discovered/defined by a specific known person?Varies Those are three words, and they don't all mean the same thing. They don't all have the same answer in regards to me.
8Are you a philosophical or religious concept?YesAlthough I am used in other disciplines as well
9Are you a concept an average high-schooler would be familiar with?No While they might be familiar with some things that qualify as examples of me, I am not commonly taught to high school students.
10Have you existed prior to being discovered or defined?Yes 
11Were you originally discovered within the last 1000 years?No  
12Were you originally discovered in Asia?Probably Not  
13Are you a concept that pertains only to humans (or sentient beings)?No  
14Are you a concept that pertains only to living things?No Although examples that don't involve living beings are rare.
15Were you originally discovered or defined more than 2000 years ago?Yes 
16Are you a natural process?No  
17Were you defined by a specific known person?Yes.Most of my known definitions can be traced back to specific people.
18Were you discovered by a specific known person?No  
19Are you associated with Buddhism? No  
20Did Plato write about you? No Plato holds special significance with regards to me, but he did not write about me.
21Does your name appear at least once within Plato's Wikipedia page? (Link is to a static version of the current page.)No  
22Were you originally defined by specific Greeks?No 
23Do you predate Plato?Yes 
24Outside of the religious/philosophical is it used in mathematical disciplines?Yes 
25Was it originally defined East of the border that currently separates Iran and Pakistan?Probably Not.  
26Are you a concept used in geometry?Probably 
27Are you the concept of nothingness/zero?No 
28Can you be used in mathematical proofs?Yes 
29Are you an Epicurean concept?No 
30Are you a Euclidic concept?No 
31Can you be represented by a single mathematical symbol such as π?No 
32Are you sin? (Either the mathematical term or religious term)No 
33Do you appear on this page?No 
34Do you pertain to a particular ratio or mathematical constant?No 
35Were you first discovered or defined more than 4000 years ago?MaybeThere is no specific recorded example that I know of of a person who discovered or defined me over 4000 years ago, but absence of evidence should never be confused with evidence of absence.
36Would humans have been aware of you before your discovery or definition?Yes 
37Are you wind?No 
38Are you a shape?No 
39Are you straight?No 
40Are you congruence?No 
41Are you a concept that can be used in cooking?NoNot that I know of.
42Are you a concept that can be used for art?Yes 
43Are you the golden ratio?No 
44Are you represented anywhere on this page?YesThis could be argued.
45Are you a religious concept?No 
46Are you represented anywhere on this page?Yes 
47Are you, or are you described by a spiral or a fractal?YesAlthough I find your choice of words vague.
48Are you a spiral?No 
49Are you self-similar?Yes 
50Are you a fractal?No 
51Are you tessellation?No 
52Are you two-dimensional?No 
53Are you an example of, or are you described by tessellation?No 
54Are you more than two-dimensional?NoI am not defined by dimension.
55"#17 Were you defined by a specific known person?" Are most of these people from Europe?I don't knowThis is not quantifiable, especially with the vagaries around the word 'defined'. Is a redefinition not also a definition? Does a definition need to be commonly used to be a definition? Does someone need some sort of authority before they can define something? Do we count informal definitions, or just formal ones?
56Are you represented anywhere in the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
57Are you represented anywhere in the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
58Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the first paragraph of the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
59Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the second paragraph of the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
60Are you a concept relevant to phyllotaxis?No 
61Are you a concept relevant to iteration?Yes 
62Is there a link to your wikipedia article within this wikipedia article?Nonot that I can see.
63Are you a law of thought?No 
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I am a thing.
#QuestionsAnswersExposition
1Are you a fictional thing? No 
2Are you a physical object?No  
3Are you a concept or idea?Yes  
4Do you have your own Wikipedia page?Yes 
5Are you a concept or idea introduced or discovered within the last 200 years?NoAlthough my current terminology dates to the past 200 years.
6Are you a scientific discovery?No  
7Were you introduced/discovered/defined by a specific known person?Varies Those are three words, and they don't all mean the same thing. They don't all have the same answer in regards to me.
8Are you a philosophical or religious concept?YesAlthough I am used in other disciplines as well
9Are you a concept an average high-schooler would be familiar with?No While they might be familiar with some things that qualify as examples of me, I am not commonly taught to high school students.
10Have you existed prior to being discovered or defined?Yes 
11Were you originally discovered within the last 1000 years?No  
12Were you originally discovered in Asia?Probably Not  
13Are you a concept that pertains only to humans (or sentient beings)?No  
14Are you a concept that pertains only to living things?No Although examples that don't involve living beings are rare.
15Were you originally discovered or defined more than 2000 years ago?Yes 
16Are you a natural process?No  
17Were you defined by a specific known person?Yes.Most of my known definitions can be traced back to specific people.
18Were you discovered by a specific known person?No  
19Are you associated with Buddhism? No  
20Did Plato write about you? No Plato holds special significance with regards to me, but he did not write about me.
21Does your name appear at least once within Plato's Wikipedia page? (Link is to a static version of the current page.)No  
22Were you originally defined by specific Greeks?No 
23Do you predate Plato?Yes 
24Outside of the religious/philosophical is it used in mathematical disciplines?Yes 
25Was it originally defined East of the border that currently separates Iran and Pakistan?Probably Not.  
26Are you a concept used in geometry?Probably 
27Are you the concept of nothingness/zero?No 
28Can you be used in mathematical proofs?Yes 
29Are you an Epicurean concept?No 
30Are you a Euclidic concept?No 
31Can you be represented by a single mathematical symbol such as π?No 
32Are you sin? (Either the mathematical term or religious term)No 
33Do you appear on this page?No 
34Do you pertain to a particular ratio or mathematical constant?No 
35Were you first discovered or defined more than 4000 years ago?MaybeThere is no specific recorded example that I know of of a person who discovered or defined me over 4000 years ago, but absence of evidence should never be confused with evidence of absence.
36Would humans have been aware of you before your discovery or definition?Yes 
37Are you wind?No 
38Are you a shape?No 
39Are you straight?No 
40Are you congruence?No 
41Are you a concept that can be used in cooking?NoNot that I know of.
42Are you a concept that can be used for art?Yes 
43Are you the golden ratio?No 
44Are you represented anywhere on this page?YesThis could be argued.
45Are you a religious concept?No 
46Are you represented anywhere on this page?Yes 
47Are you, or are you described by a spiral or a fractal?YesAlthough I find your choice of words vague.
48Are you a spiral?No 
49Are you self-similar?Yes 
50Are you a fractal?No 
51Are you tessellation?No 
52Are you two-dimensional?No 
53Are you an example of, or are you described by tessellation?No 
54Are you more than two-dimensional?NoI am not defined by dimension.
55"#17 Were you defined by a specific known person?" Are most of these people from Europe?I don't knowThis is not quantifiable, especially with the vagaries around the word 'defined'. Is a redefinition not also a definition? Does a definition need to be commonly used to be a definition? Does someone need some sort of authority before they can define something? Do we count informal definitions, or just formal ones?
56Are you represented anywhere in the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
57Are you represented anywhere in the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
58Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the first paragraph of the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
59Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the second paragraph of the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
60Are you a concept relevant to phyllotaxis?No 
61Are you a concept relevant to iteration?Yes 
62Is there a link to your wikipedia article within this wikipedia article?Nonot that I can see.
63Are you a law of thought?No 
64 Are you axiomatic?MaybeThis seems very subjective, like you'd get a different opinion depending on who you asked, and in what context you asked the question.
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I am a thing.
#QuestionsAnswersExposition
1Are you a fictional thing? No 
2Are you a physical object?No  
3Are you a concept or idea?Yes  
4Do you have your own Wikipedia page?Yes 
5Are you a concept or idea introduced or discovered within the last 200 years?NoAlthough my current terminology dates to the past 200 years.
6Are you a scientific discovery?No  
7Were you introduced/discovered/defined by a specific known person?Varies Those are three words, and they don't all mean the same thing. They don't all have the same answer in regards to me.
8Are you a philosophical or religious concept?YesAlthough I am used in other disciplines as well
9Are you a concept an average high-schooler would be familiar with?No While they might be familiar with some things that qualify as examples of me, I am not commonly taught to high school students.
10Have you existed prior to being discovered or defined?Yes 
11Were you originally discovered within the last 1000 years?No  
12Were you originally discovered in Asia?Probably Not  
13Are you a concept that pertains only to humans (or sentient beings)?No  
14Are you a concept that pertains only to living things?No Although examples that don't involve living beings are rare.
15Were you originally discovered or defined more than 2000 years ago?Yes 
16Are you a natural process?No  
17Were you defined by a specific known person?Yes.Most of my known definitions can be traced back to specific people.
18Were you discovered by a specific known person?No  
19Are you associated with Buddhism? No  
20Did Plato write about you? No Plato holds special significance with regards to me, but he did not write about me.
21Does your name appear at least once within Plato's Wikipedia page? (Link is to a static version of the current page.)No  
22Were you originally defined by specific Greeks?No 
23Do you predate Plato?Yes 
24Outside of the religious/philosophical is it used in mathematical disciplines?Yes 
25Was it originally defined East of the border that currently separates Iran and Pakistan?Probably Not.  
26Are you a concept used in geometry?Probably 
27Are you the concept of nothingness/zero?No 
28Can you be used in mathematical proofs?Yes 
29Are you an Epicurean concept?No 
30Are you a Euclidic concept?No 
31Can you be represented by a single mathematical symbol such as π?No 
32Are you sin? (Either the mathematical term or religious term)No 
33Do you appear on this page?No 
34Do you pertain to a particular ratio or mathematical constant?No 
35Were you first discovered or defined more than 4000 years ago?MaybeThere is no specific recorded example that I know of of a person who discovered or defined me over 4000 years ago, but absence of evidence should never be confused with evidence of absence.
36Would humans have been aware of you before your discovery or definition?Yes 
37Are you wind?No 
38Are you a shape?No 
39Are you straight?No 
40Are you congruence?No 
41Are you a concept that can be used in cooking?NoNot that I know of.
42Are you a concept that can be used for art?Yes 
43Are you the golden ratio?No 
44Are you represented anywhere on this page?YesThis could be argued.
45Are you a religious concept?No 
46Are you represented anywhere on this page?Yes 
47Are you, or are you described by a spiral or a fractal?YesAlthough I find your choice of words vague.
48Are you a spiral?No 
49Are you self-similar?Yes 
50Are you a fractal?No 
51Are you tessellation?No 
52Are you two-dimensional?No 
53Are you an example of, or are you described by tessellation?No 
54Are you more than two-dimensional?NoI am not defined by dimension.
55"#17 Were you defined by a specific known person?" Are most of these people from Europe?I don't knowThis is not quantifiable, especially with the vagaries around the word 'defined'. Is a redefinition not also a definition? Does a definition need to be commonly used to be a definition? Does someone need some sort of authority before they can define something? Do we count informal definitions, or just formal ones?
56Are you represented anywhere in the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
57Are you represented anywhere in the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
58Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the first paragraph of the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
59Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the second paragraph of the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
60Are you a concept relevant to phyllotaxis?No 
61Are you a concept relevant to iteration?Yes 
62Is there a link to your wikipedia article within this wikipedia article?Nonot that I can see.
63Are you a law of thought?No 
64 Are you axiomatic?MaybeThis seems very subjective, like you'd get a different opinion depending on who you asked, and in what context you asked the question.
65Are you a ratio, or simply the concept of a ratio?No 
66Are you a branching pattern, or the concept of a branching pattern?No 
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Man, this is brutally hard. Excellent choice Anamiac.
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I am a thing.
#QuestionsAnswersExposition
1Are you a fictional thing? No 
2Are you a physical object?No  
3Are you a concept or idea?Yes  
4Do you have your own Wikipedia page?Yes 
5Are you a concept or idea introduced or discovered within the last 200 years?NoAlthough my current terminology dates to the past 200 years.
6Are you a scientific discovery?No  
7Were you introduced/discovered/defined by a specific known person?Varies Those are three words, and they don't all mean the same thing. They don't all have the same answer in regards to me.
8Are you a philosophical or religious concept?YesAlthough I am used in other disciplines as well
9Are you a concept an average high-schooler would be familiar with?No While they might be familiar with some things that qualify as examples of me, I am not commonly taught to high school students.
10Have you existed prior to being discovered or defined?Yes 
11Were you originally discovered within the last 1000 years?No  
12Were you originally discovered in Asia?Probably Not  
13Are you a concept that pertains only to humans (or sentient beings)?No  
14Are you a concept that pertains only to living things?No Although examples that don't involve living beings are rare.
15Were you originally discovered or defined more than 2000 years ago?Yes 
16Are you a natural process?No  
17Were you defined by a specific known person?Yes.Most of my known definitions can be traced back to specific people.
18Were you discovered by a specific known person?No  
19Are you associated with Buddhism? No  
20Did Plato write about you? No Plato holds special significance with regards to me, but he did not write about me.
21Does your name appear at least once within Plato's Wikipedia page? (Link is to a static version of the current page.)No  
22Were you originally defined by specific Greeks?No 
23Do you predate Plato?Yes 
24Outside of the religious/philosophical is it used in mathematical disciplines?Yes 
25Was it originally defined East of the border that currently separates Iran and Pakistan?Probably Not.  
26Are you a concept used in geometry?Probably 
27Are you the concept of nothingness/zero?No 
28Can you be used in mathematical proofs?Yes 
29Are you an Epicurean concept?No 
30Are you a Euclidic concept?No 
31Can you be represented by a single mathematical symbol such as π?No 
32Are you sin? (Either the mathematical term or religious term)No 
33Do you appear on this page?No 
34Do you pertain to a particular ratio or mathematical constant?No 
35Were you first discovered or defined more than 4000 years ago?MaybeThere is no specific recorded example that I know of of a person who discovered or defined me over 4000 years ago, but absence of evidence should never be confused with evidence of absence.
36Would humans have been aware of you before your discovery or definition?Yes 
37Are you wind?No 
38Are you a shape?No 
39Are you straight?No 
40Are you congruence?No 
41Are you a concept that can be used in cooking?NoNot that I know of.
42Are you a concept that can be used for art?Yes 
43Are you the golden ratio?No 
44Are you represented anywhere on this page?YesThis could be argued.
45Are you a religious concept?No 
46Are you represented anywhere on this page?Yes 
47Are you, or are you described by a spiral or a fractal?YesAlthough I find your choice of words vague.
48Are you a spiral?No 
49Are you self-similar?Yes 
50Are you a fractal?No 
51Are you tessellation?No 
52Are you two-dimensional?No 
53Are you an example of, or are you described by tessellation?No 
54Are you more than two-dimensional?NoI am not defined by dimension.
55"#17 Were you defined by a specific known person?" Are most of these people from Europe?I don't knowThis is not quantifiable, especially with the vagaries around the word 'defined'. Is a redefinition not also a definition? Does a definition need to be commonly used to be a definition? Does someone need some sort of authority before they can define something? Do we count informal definitions, or just formal ones?
56Are you represented anywhere in the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
57Are you represented anywhere in the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
58Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the first paragraph of the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
59Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the second paragraph of the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
60Are you a concept relevant to phyllotaxis?No 
61Are you a concept relevant to iteration?Yes 
62Is there a link to your wikipedia article within this wikipedia article?Nonot that I can see.
63Are you a law of thought?No 
64 Are you axiomatic?MaybeThis seems very subjective, like you'd get a different opinion depending on who you asked, and in what context you asked the question.
65Are you a ratio, or simply the concept of a ratio?No 
66Are you a branching pattern, or the concept of a branching pattern?No 
67Are you a type of angle?No 
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I am a thing.
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1Are you a fictional thing? No 
2Are you a physical object?No  
3Are you a concept or idea?Yes  
4Do you have your own Wikipedia page?Yes 
5Are you a concept or idea introduced or discovered within the last 200 years?NoAlthough my current terminology dates to the past 200 years.
6Are you a scientific discovery?No  
7Were you introduced/discovered/defined by a specific known person?Varies Those are three words, and they don't all mean the same thing. They don't all have the same answer in regards to me.
8Are you a philosophical or religious concept?YesAlthough I am used in other disciplines as well
9Are you a concept an average high-schooler would be familiar with?No While they might be familiar with some things that qualify as examples of me, I am not commonly taught to high school students.
10Have you existed prior to being discovered or defined?Yes 
11Were you originally discovered within the last 1000 years?No  
12Were you originally discovered in Asia?Probably Not  
13Are you a concept that pertains only to humans (or sentient beings)?No  
14Are you a concept that pertains only to living things?No Although examples that don't involve living beings are rare.
15Were you originally discovered or defined more than 2000 years ago?Yes 
16Are you a natural process?No  
17Were you defined by a specific known person?Yes.Most of my known definitions can be traced back to specific people.
18Were you discovered by a specific known person?No  
19Are you associated with Buddhism? No  
20Did Plato write about you? No Plato holds special significance with regards to me, but he did not write about me.
21Does your name appear at least once within Plato's Wikipedia page? (Link is to a static version of the current page.)No  
22Were you originally defined by specific Greeks?No 
23Do you predate Plato?Yes 
24Outside of the religious/philosophical is it used in mathematical disciplines?Yes 
25Was it originally defined East of the border that currently separates Iran and Pakistan?Probably Not.  
26Are you a concept used in geometry?Probably 
27Are you the concept of nothingness/zero?No 
28Can you be used in mathematical proofs?Yes 
29Are you an Epicurean concept?No 
30Are you a Euclidic concept?No 
31Can you be represented by a single mathematical symbol such as π?No 
32Are you sin? (Either the mathematical term or religious term)No 
33Do you appear on this page?No 
34Do you pertain to a particular ratio or mathematical constant?No 
35Were you first discovered or defined more than 4000 years ago?MaybeThere is no specific recorded example that I know of of a person who discovered or defined me over 4000 years ago, but absence of evidence should never be confused with evidence of absence.
36Would humans have been aware of you before your discovery or definition?Yes 
37Are you wind?No 
38Are you a shape?No 
39Are you straight?No 
40Are you congruence?No 
41Are you a concept that can be used in cooking?NoNot that I know of.
42Are you a concept that can be used for art?Yes 
43Are you the golden ratio?No 
44Are you represented anywhere on this page?YesThis could be argued.
45Are you a religious concept?No 
46Are you represented anywhere on this page?Yes 
47Are you, or are you described by a spiral or a fractal?YesAlthough I find your choice of words vague.
48Are you a spiral?No 
49Are you self-similar?Yes 
50Are you a fractal?No 
51Are you tessellation?No 
52Are you two-dimensional?No 
53Are you an example of, or are you described by tessellation?No 
54Are you more than two-dimensional?NoI am not defined by dimension.
55"#17 Were you defined by a specific known person?" Are most of these people from Europe?I don't knowThis is not quantifiable, especially with the vagaries around the word 'defined'. Is a redefinition not also a definition? Does a definition need to be commonly used to be a definition? Does someone need some sort of authority before they can define something? Do we count informal definitions, or just formal ones?
56Are you represented anywhere in the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
57Are you represented anywhere in the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
58Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the first paragraph of the "Trees, fractals" section on this page?Yes 
59Are you, or an example or instance of you, portrayed in the second paragraph of the "Spirals" section on this page?Yes 
60Are you a concept relevant to phyllotaxis?No 
61Are you a concept relevant to iteration?Yes 
62Is there a link to your wikipedia article within this wikipedia article?Nonot that I can see.
63Are you a law of thought?No 
64 Are you axiomatic?MaybeThis seems very subjective, like you'd get a different opinion depending on who you asked, and in what context you asked the question.
65Are you a ratio, or simply the concept of a ratio?No 
66Are you a branching pattern, or the concept of a branching pattern?No 
67Are you a type of angle?No 
68are you Fibonacci ratios?No 
69are you Fermat's spiral?No 
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