And here's some fascinating news from the labs, about how networks from four wildly different areas - "the World Wide Web; a network of actors who have been in films together; networks of proteins with links between those that can bind to each other; and networks of other cellular molecules with links between molecules involved in the same biochemical reactions" - exhibit 'self-similarity', meaning that they look roughly the same at any scale (see graphic above). This wasn't expected, precisely because each network comes from such a different locus.
This just doesn't seem all that surprising to me. It is a lot like phi. It's found everywhere, the layout of seed in a sunflower to architecture.
Find the similarities not the differences and great wonders abound all around you.