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THE GOLDEN FLUTE OF GEISSENKLOSTERLE

Preview of APLIMAT 2011 paper

By John Feliks

Preview of APLIMAT 2011 paper

By John Feliks

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Fig. 1. The 35,000-year old swan bone
flute from Geissenklösterle, Germany, and two of several hundred studies of
mathematical constants in early artifacts: (a) the golden ratio or phi in
bilateral symmetry (Note: the smaller units, though not indicated here, are
also phi); (b) linear representation of the Ramanujan-Soldner constant in
bilateral symmetry as it relates to phi. Disclaimer: The author is not a mathematician
but uses the mathematics of ancient artifacts to prove that human cognition
does not evolve but has remained the same over hundreds of thousands even
millions of years time. Geissenklösterle flute replica photo by Jose Manuel
Benito; public domain. All geometric studies © John Feliks 2010.

At the XV UISPP Congress, Lisbon 2006, two 56-slide programs on
the mathematical and graphic design capabilities of Homo erectus people were presented. At the
time of this writing the first of these programs, The Graphics of Bilzingsleben (evidence demonstrating
that human intelligence does not evolve), has been held back from publication
for over four years. After some resistance, however, the second paper, Phi in the Acheulian—without the
benefit of the Part 1 introductory paper—was published in 2008.^{1} In that paper, the technique of ‘phi-based
conceptual units’ was introduced as a means to prove early human intelligence extending
as far back as 400,000 years and much earlier. It was demonstrated that works
of Homo erectus feature unambiguous use of the golden ratio or phi (decimal
equivalent, 1.618), to utter perfection rivaling even the work of Leonardo da Vinci
who is commonly cited for his use of the golden ratio.

In 2010, SCIENAR mathematics group, published a follow-up, Phi-based conceptual units: Pushing math origins back to the
Acheulian age.^{2}

^{2} Feliks, J. 2010. Phi-based conceptual
units: Pushing math origins back to the Acheulian age. SCIENAR website.

JOHN FELIKS is founder of the Pleistocene Coalition. He has specialized in the study of early human cognition for nearly twenty years. Feliks is also a composer and taught computer music including MIDI, digital audio editing, and music notation for 11 years.

Pleistocene Coalition News, November-December 2010, Page 10

Recent external mathematics publications:

Feliks, J. 2012. Five
constants from an Acheulian compound line.
Aplimat - Journal of Applied Mathematics 5 (1): 69-74.

Feliks, J. 2011. The golden flute of Geissenklosterle: Mathematical evidence for a continuity of human intelligence as opposed to evolutionary change through time. Aplimat - Journal of Applied Mathematics 4 (4): 157-62.

Feliks, J. 2011. The golden flute of Geissenklosterle: Mathematical evidence for a continuity of human intelligence as opposed to evolutionary change through time. Aplimat - Journal of Applied Mathematics 4 (4): 157-62.

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