another awsome vidio...
but now I'm going to add qualifiers and stuff
first of all, explaining the flower's effect on the physical world was probably not the best idea, there are almost by definition, physical reasons for these events, for example, the shapes, each of them has the points as close to all the other ones as possible while still being the furthest distance away from any other point as possible, something that is common in atomic relations, and the triangle, the square, and the circle, which most of the shapes were made of, are often used in construction do to there physical advantages (a triangle is structurally sound because it can not shift, it can only break, a square, or any other parallelogram, can move in two directions, and not break, and a circle evenly distributes wight, not to mention the wheel)
moving on, I've also noticed a correlation between the past and things we've recently expressed, in my case, the elements of the ancient world, they each correspond to a state of matter, and/or energy, fire is energy/plasma, water is liquid, earth is solid, and air is gas, and it is possible to create every physical thing from solids, liquids, gases, and energy because that's all there is (besides nothing) you've probably noticed that I treated plasma and energy as essentially the same, that's because I can't see the difference in activity between plasma and air, it seems like plasma just moves quicker, but maybe I'm wrong, if so then that would help you because the (four) five elements alchemists used would still be applicable to the modern world
lastly, there is one last shape that technically sort of fits into the definition with those five, the spear, the shape with infinite sides, each with an area of 0, infinite angles, each measuring 180 degrees, and infinite lines between points, all of them 0, and when put inside a circle, each of it's infinite angles hits a side of the circle, (anyone with no idea what I'm talking about, brush up on your calculus) just thought I'd mention that