Resonance Model for Organic Growth
You may notice that the INTERFERENCE resonance distribution in Step 2 appears to look like the wing of a bird. In fact, this is commonly known as a first-derivative 'spatial' Gaussian related to what many would know as a Bell curve. From Step 1, it is constructed in an unconventional way as a proportion between the harmonic series (as found in musical tones) and the Fibonacci series (as found in a seashell). The interaction of these two series represent a perfect balance between resonance and damping in a standing wave, such as a plucked guitar string.
This is reflected within a circular or spherical container in Step 3 to create what I call a REFLECTIVE INTERFERENCE distribution in polar coordinates. This curve effectively describe the geometry of organic shapes ranging from an apple to the human brain. It is a naturally occurring shape throughout nature, stretched in a variety of ways. It can be described as an organic crystal composed of water and carbon, which resonates toward its center. The intersecting region in the center is then where such things as seeds, a heart or special glands (e.g., pineal gland in the brain) will form.
Harmonic Interference Theory, described in my book 'Interference: A Grand Scientific Musical Theory,' uses this shape to explain perception as a function of resonance in the brain according to this particular geometry.