Number 6 may seem ordinary. But the fact is that there are some locations, patterns, which are related to each other weirdly.
Bees make hexagonal honeycomb for the reason that geometry of structures helps them not to waste the resources. When they are creating structures, they consume 8 ounces of honey for every 1 ounce of wax they produce.
The north pole of Saturn was photographed by the Cassini spacecraft showing an enormous hexagonal pattern in this gas giant.
Earth’s rotational axis is an imaginary straight line that runs through the north and south pole. It is titled 66.6 degrees from perpendicular to the ecliptic(90°-23.4°=66.6°).
Africa is 66.6° wide from the eastern point in Dakar(Senegal)to the western end to Mogadishu, Somalia. Africa is also 66.66° high from its southern-most position to the place where the line running due north hits the Mediterranean near Benghazi.
South America is 66.6° along with a north-south path that passes through Mt.Aconcagua its highest peak.
North America is 66.6° wide from tip of Florida key Largo to the yesterday island.
Eurasia is also connected with sixes, but this time the measurement is 6066 nautical miles, from the southern-most point Europe the lighthouse at Cape St.vincent Portugal to the symbolic haicang bridge in Xiamen China.
Pythagoras called number 6 the perfect number.
A perfect number in mathematics is when all numbers divisors including the number itself are added, equals the same number. 1+2+3=6 or (1+2+3+6)/2 = 6.
Perfect numbers are rare. Euclid recognized four perfect numbers: 6 – 28 – 496 – 8,128.
Number 6 is the symbol of luck. The highest number of the dice.
There are six players on a volleyball team and an ice hockey team.
It is the carbons atomic number.
The standard flute has six holes.
The standard guitar has six strings.
Insects have six legs.
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