What are possible applications for the golden ratio?



Answer:
You could use it to make an aethetically pleasing spiral, I wager.
Architects have used the golden ratio since the time of the ancient Greeks to build buildings with pleasing proportions. Architects to this very day use it to create pleasing proportions on facades of buildings.

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