In the 1980’s when ZEDDEK was 14 years,
He joined the al shabaab militia due to the
Increasing level of insecurity. It was a game of
Kill or be killed and this gave rise to the
Necessity of self defence for any young
brooding boy in Somalia. Once ZEDDEK
Acquired complete and perfect training, he
Became one of the mightiest soldiers in
This Islamic insurgency, the al shabaab!
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A retired lecturer from Massachusetts
Institute, a professor of Numerology,
Engineer, astronomer and an
Mr. Ojwang’s best Friend and ally.
Dr. Abugaba designed a Number
that can be used to predict the future!
The word genius has been misinterpreted by the
media and for that reasons my definition is a
person who is sensitive to stimuli and nature and
by all means is always dedicated to finding out
the truth through research. A genius asks himself
questions like where, why, what, how and when
in the event of any misunderstanding of an
occurrence or circumstance and that kind of
person is a man after my own heart, a man like
Fibonacci Numbers1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144....
Fibonacci numbers and the Fibonacci sequence are prime examples of
"how mathematics is connected to seemingly unrelated things." Even
though these numbers were introduced in 1202 in Fibonacci's book Liber
abaci, they remain fascinating and mysterious to people today.
Fibonacci, who was born Leonardo da Pisa "son of Bonaccio", gave a
problem in his book whose solution was the Fibonacci sequence as we
know it today. The now famous problem appeared in Liber abaci which
was one of the first works on equations to be published by a European.
One of the most fascinating things about the Fibonacci numbers is their
connection to nature. Some items in nature that are connected to the
Fibonacci numbers are:
- the growth of buds on trees
- the pinecone's rows
- the sandollar
- the starfish
- the petals on various flowers such as the Cosmo, iris, buttercup,
daisy, and the sunflower
-the appendages and chambers on many fruits and vegetables
such as the lemon, apple, Chile, and the artichoke
-And more baffling indeed,...the human body!