The way I see it, there's not much of a pattern to genetics. There's the probabilities, then it's all being combined and chosen to form who we are. It's mainly probability, as well as the combinations and well-being of the parents.
From there, I didn't know where I was going with this.
-Choose a new topic? No.
-Give up and take a failing grade? No way!
-Find something connected with it? No, there's noth- Wait.
I, without knowing it at first, started looking into evolution, and I found what I wanted in there, and it still involves genetics, which definitely worked.
Within evolution, you can easily see the Fibonacci Sequence.
It went from nothing, to a single cell organism, starting to form life, then things started growing from that. Plants, and animals started forming, furthering the sequence. The sequence starts growing a little faster once we form, once we spring to life. That further advances us, continuing the sequence, and it will continue until something tragic happens.
Something like the black plague slowed us down, but once it died out, we started up again. The technology we have today makes it easier for us to see what we have done, and how much farther we can advance, tying into the arithmetic or geometric sequence.
We can see when we may possibly die out, or how much our population will grow in the next couple years. Currently, it's estimated we will hit eight billion people in 2024, and nine billion in 2037. We hit the current seven billion just in 2011.