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> Part of the Harmoniae Mundi series (see the second part here) <

The sky is full of weird coincidences. The Moon has exactly the phenomenal size of the Sun, so that in solar eclipses it covers exactly the Sun’s disk.

In a weird way, the sizes of Mercury and Earth are also connected – not only with each other but also with the orbits of the two planets… The same happens with Earth and Saturn relative sizes.

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Harmonia Philosophica & Harmoniae Mundi – Part 2

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On the other hand, the size of Earth and Moon are also interconnected so as to give the solution to one of the greatest problems in mathematics: the squaring of the circle… The dotted circles in the schema below have the same surface as the dotted squares.

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Keep looking at the sky.

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Science modelling: Can scientific models ever be “wrong”?  A not-so-evident answer…

And remember. What you see as a coincidence, may not be one…

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