Return to the Golden Solid Angle

If you look into past posts you will see that a number of years ago I came up with the Golden Solid Angle that nobody seems to have considered before.

Playing around on Wolfram Alpha (it comes back with a great answer for “Does God exist?” by the way) – I input Golden Angle as my question.  I got an answer I was not expecting, namely that the Golden Angle was equaly to 2Pi/Phi2 where Phi is the Golden Ratio.  I hadn’t seen the Golden Angle expressed in this way before, but of course it is quite correct.  So I decided to have a look at what the Golden Solid Angle looks like expressed in a similar way.  In fact you can guess the answer from the Golden Angle result, but I found it stunning all the same.  The Golden Solid Angle turns out to be 4Pi/Phi2 – what a nice result!!

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