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899: Trigonometry Jones and the Golden Ratio, Part 610/377
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So the Golden Ratio was actually a rare gem the whole time? Who knew?!

The gem came as close to the golden ratio as I could manage in Paint. Actually, it was closer, but I hated the way it looked, so I altered it a little to make it more esthetic.

It does seem like they've been looking for years. And now it's almost done.


For anyone who joined in the past five years and missed out, or are wondering about "Part 144/89", check out the following:

For a quick read, check out the Comics-Only site, starting here, and then continuing here.

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