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# Whats the big deal about pi?

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12/09/2012 02:33 AM
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Whats the big deal about pi?
Whats the big deal about pi?

Why do mathematicians go crazy about it, does pi show us we lived in a simulated reality?
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12/09/2012 02:35 AM
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Re: Whats the big deal about pi?
There is nothing miraculous about it at all the same as Fibonacci sequences.
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12/09/2012 02:36 AM
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12/09/2012 02:36 AM

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Re: Whats the big deal about pi?
pi are round
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12/09/2012 02:44 AM
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Re: Whats the big deal about pi?
its said that pi can prove to us we live in a simulated reallity, anyone care to explain what pi is, how it reelects to the eye on horus?
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12/09/2012 02:49 AM
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Re: Whats the big deal about pi?
Johann Martin Zacharias Dase calculated pi to 200 decimal places, with the first zero appearing at the 32nd decimal place ---meaning, possibly that the exercise should have ended there. It has not;
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12/09/2012 02:53 AM
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Re: Whats the big deal about pi?
It represents a circle, which represents a 360 degree angle which is 180 x 2 and it also represents the sun and the moon.

It represents time, energy. Life.

It shows up in a number of patterns when your apply
a number of algorithms to a number of other algorithms
in conjunction with linear algebra.

Because nothing is more linear algebraically speaking
than a limit function and it's transforming derivative.

Like the sun or the moon rising and setting. And eventually
pi begins at 0 to +3.14 to 0 to - 3.14 and back to 0
again when it is subtracted from itself.
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12/09/2012 02:57 AM
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Re: Whats the big deal about pi?
It represents a circle, which represents a 360 degree angle which is 180 x 2 and it also represents the sun and the moon.

It represents time, energy. Life.

It shows up in a number of patterns when your apply
a number of algorithms to a number of other algorithms
in conjunction with linear algebra.

Because nothing is more linear algebraically speaking
than a limit function and it's transforming derivative.

Like the sun or the moon rising and setting. And eventually
pi begins at 0 to +3.14 to 0 to - 3.14 and back to 0
again when it is subtracted from itself.
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why do they say pi never ends...
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12/09/2012 01:20 PM
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