What is the most interesting thing you've learned recently?
I had no idea that nature has a common ratio, known as Phi, or the Golden Ratio. An example would be if you were to measure the length from the tip of your head to the floor and then divide it by the length from your belly button to the floor, it'll equal 1.618 (Phi). Apparently that number appears in almost everything and people noticed that hundreds of years ago and considered it to be the "Divine Proportion". So they built their cathedrals and other buildings according to that number. Apparently they still do, even the UN building is built around Phi.