One of the characteristics of evolution is the contribution of harmony to the immediate environment. The human genome contains the same amount of genes, more or less than a worm–the most basic organism on the planet–and yet we are very different. In the fractal theory evolution and genomes seemed to be different ends. However, Nature self expression comes in rich forms, physical structures, spaces. A series of patterns that define the organization of matter through geometry.
For example the nautilus. One of the oldest organisms still alive today. If we observed its shell, we can understand it more as a logarithmic spiral curve. Studies show its structure is the same shape at different scales. This self-similar spiral is the most common shape found in nature. Not only in animal structures, from molecular structures to animal behavior to galaxy formations. As far as we know this is the most efficient way for something to grow. By maintaining the same shape through each successive turn of the spiral, the least amount of energy is used; like a sphere. Fractal dualities it’s just a reminder of life’s purpose. The humble voyage in our insides navigating cycles of existence under a time concept that may or not exist. The organizational structures of the agavaceae plants are deconstructed in monochromatic representations of relationships with their links that make their environment possible. At the same time make it possible for their environment to drive thanks to its participation in these life cycles.