As you know, the universe that we can perceive is four-dimensional, the first three of which is the position of an object in the X, Y and Z axes in space, and the fourth dimension is which time period it is found in that position. While interpreting the golden ratio, we can reach certain results by making measurements in the observable universe, but can the Golden ratio be also seen in the fourth dimension which is time? So if the Golden Ratio which can be found humans, plants, animals and inanimate entities is also found in time would you say this is a result of coincidence, variation, adaptation or the result of millions of years of life etc.?
We could easily make calculations with our senses on the X, Y and Z axes. For example, we can count the angstroms in a DNA molecule or analyze the light spectra coming from the milky way galaxy. In order to be able to make measurements, two different results to be compared are required. For example, the measurement of length is the result of Z, depending on whether X is zero.