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What is the secret in the number "Pi"?


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David Moore, General Practitioner
Answered Aug 12, 2017 · Author has 4.4k answers and 7.7m answer views What are the secrets of numbers 3, 6 and 9?
Pi is probably the most famous Transcendental number . As such, it serves as an example
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of the necessary incompleteness of mathematical theory with respect to the real world.
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The relationship between a straight line of finite length (the radius) and the circular
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example of the exclusive yet unified natures of the discrete and the continuous.
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end?

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Alan Bustany, Trinity Wrangler, 1977 IMO


Answered Aug 12, 2017 · Author has 6.5k answers and 19.3m answer views

The (apparent) secret is that there is no secret in the number π .

This is apparently a secret because of all the mystic mumbo-jumbo that people express
and believe about π .

There are some interesting facts about π , like it being a transcendental number (first
proven in 1882 by Ferdinand von Lindemann ), but you can't really go wrong by ignoring
all the mystical stuff associated with it.

Brought to you by the Campaign to Demystify π : there is nothing mystical about π .


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1836 ratio of proton’s to electron’s mass relate to pi can unlock secret of universe, united
QM with GR.
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Mahmuda Akhter
Answered Aug 12, 2017

* pi is officially defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. * the
exact origin of its discovery is unknown but may have arisen from a hunt led by the
Babylonians, or the Egyptians. * it's first 144 digits add up to 666-which Satanists claim is
"the mark of the beast" spooky. * appropriately, the yearly celebration of Pi begins on 3.14
at 1:59 p.m.

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