**Taming The Infinite/ Chapter 13/ The rise of Symmetry.**

Algebra has to do with symmetry. That seems to be the implication, or explication, here. So in a sense, beauty is linked to algebra? Could one link beauty to truth? That is the question that seems to be recurrent in all of our readings, and will most probably continue to be; in a sense it is inevitable. However, let us think about symmetry within mathematics. Fibonacci for instance, or the golden rectangle, or even way back to Pythagoras (mentioned at the start of this book) and his considerations of music. Even Bach perhaps, in the way he structures his music, in the way he made his compositions; and then there is people like Pollock, were "pattern" may be found despite the fact that he, the author, had no pattern in mind.

Galois, says, he realized in fact that certain solutions had to do with symmetry; question is how much has to do with symmetry within our universe?

Galois, says, he realized in fact that certain solutions had to do with symmetry; question is how much has to do with symmetry within our universe?