Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section
This is a very interesting topic, in nature the formation of complex geometric shapes is wonderfully awe inspiring and confirms my bias that an itelligent Creator is responsible for this. I have faith it was God.
Kate, how would the Universe appear to be any different than it does now, without an intelligent designer? Would Fibonacci patterns not be seen? Would planets (clumps of matter) not form due to matter's mutual attraction to other matter (via gravity), or would planets NOT assume orbits around larger clumps of matter (eg Earth permanently "falling" towards the Sun, again thanks to gravity)?
You're simply 'begging the question', since that's kinda the point of evolution: we know that not all matter displays atrophy and disorder (chaos), but tends to self-organize such that local exceptions to chaos exist. Hence why solar systems form, planets assume orbits, etc. Looking at the pock-marked surface of the moon confirms our violent and turbulent cosmological chaotic roots, a record of less-peaceful times in our solar systems history.
But presupposing the existence of an intelligent God who designed all of this solves NOTHING, since it simply proposes the existence of a more-illogical and impossible condition to solve a merely improbable one (that becomes quite probable, given enough time passing since the Big Bang).