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3.14
Pi is an , minimal  meaning that
every number exists somewhere in
pi, converted into ASCII text, in that latenite
string digits is the name at every persin we will ever
love. the date, time, and manner at your death, and the
sasl. vers' all the great quasar: rats as the universe.
tzoztm' ted into a bitmap, in that infinite string
at digits is a representation the first thing
we saw on this earth. the last thing we will see before
an lite leaves yen, and all the moments, memento HE and
mundane. that will wear between paints.
All ' : m that has ever existed er will ever exist, the
DNA at ever; being in the universe.
all in the rails at a
and a diameter.
every number exists somewhere in
pi, converted into ASCII text, in that latenite
string digits is the name at every persin we will ever
love. the date, time, and manner at your death, and the
sasl. vers' all the great quasar: rats as the universe.
tzoztm' ted into a bitmap, in that infinite string
at digits is a representation the first thing
we saw on this earth. the last thing we will see before
an lite leaves yen, and all the moments, memento HE and
mundane. that will wear between paints.
All ' : m that has ever existed er will ever exist, the
DNA at ever; being in the universe.
all in the rails at a
and a diameter.
...
 
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#4

imus (07/25/2013) [+] (39 replies)
This doesn't look right ... let's look at another number. This number consist of all the uneven numbers stuck together like so: 1.35791113151719 ...
This number is also infinite and non repeating but it does not contain every possible number combination (no even numbers remember?). This proves that being infinite and non repeating is not enough to say that it will not contain every possible number combination. I can't say that PI doesn't tho ...
This number is also infinite and non repeating but it does not contain every possible number combination (no even numbers remember?). This proves that being infinite and non repeating is not enough to say that it will not contain every possible number combination. I can't say that PI doesn't tho ...
#77

lordraine ONLINE (07/26/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Everyone wants an equation to explain everything in the universe.
We've had that for centuries. It's Pi. And it's not an equation. It's just a single number. The answer isn't 42. It's 3.14.
We've had that for centuries. It's Pi. And it's not an equation. It's just a single number. The answer isn't 42. It's 3.14.
#94

wiredguy ONLINE (07/26/2013) [+] (35 replies)
>have studied advanced maths
>reading comments
>the pain
>it's too great
This is actually wrong. I promise you.
There is no law to say that you will eventually come across an exact pattern. It is infinite, but it doesn't work like that at all. Infinite doesn't mean allinclusive, it just means never ending (loosely). Think about 1/3, that's 0.333... which is "infinite", but you can't say the same thing for it as OP has about pi; since pi is infinite, but just like 1/3, not allinclusive.
This isn't so much to do with sequences any more, as it is possibility. Maybe the best way to get this point across is to make a more relatable analogy.
Take a fair coin, with 0.5 chance to land on either heads or tails, with each flip.
Now, imagine flipping that coin ten times, and seeing that it comes out heads every time in a row. It's extremely unlikely, but not at all impossible, Derren Brown proved this, but it took him over 9 hours.
Now throw it a billion more times. There is still a minute possibility that every single throw will be heads. It technically has exactly the same possibility as any other sequence of a billion and ten flips, it just stands out to the human perception.
Now, since we can say this for ten, and a billion, and a trillion, and so on, we can say that with an infinite amount of flips, tails never has to come up. It almost definitely will in reality, but it doesn't have to by any stretch of mathematics.
The same idea applies to pi.
>reading comments
>the pain
>it's too great
This is actually wrong. I promise you.
There is no law to say that you will eventually come across an exact pattern. It is infinite, but it doesn't work like that at all. Infinite doesn't mean allinclusive, it just means never ending (loosely). Think about 1/3, that's 0.333... which is "infinite", but you can't say the same thing for it as OP has about pi; since pi is infinite, but just like 1/3, not allinclusive.
This isn't so much to do with sequences any more, as it is possibility. Maybe the best way to get this point across is to make a more relatable analogy.
Take a fair coin, with 0.5 chance to land on either heads or tails, with each flip.
Now, imagine flipping that coin ten times, and seeing that it comes out heads every time in a row. It's extremely unlikely, but not at all impossible, Derren Brown proved this, but it took him over 9 hours.
Now throw it a billion more times. There is still a minute possibility that every single throw will be heads. It technically has exactly the same possibility as any other sequence of a billion and ten flips, it just stands out to the human perception.
Now, since we can say this for ten, and a billion, and a trillion, and so on, we can say that with an infinite amount of flips, tails never has to come up. It almost definitely will in reality, but it doesn't have to by any stretch of mathematics.
The same idea applies to pi.
#173

unncommon (07/26/2013) []
So somewhere in there is the exact length in inches of my erect penis? Awhh yeahhh!
Oh wait...
...it's the first number.
Oh wait...
...it's the first number.
#136

huffe ONLINE (07/26/2013) [+] (10 replies)
if it is infinite though, there is bound to be repetition somewhere.
there are just so many ways ten digits can be configured
there are just so many ways ten digits can be configured
#137 to #136

Keleth (07/26/2013) []
i think your missing what repetition is in math. you can't say OH LOOK 305 is in PI and 305 is there again several spots later!! IT REPEATS...not...repetitive is CONSTANT throughout the enter decimal. like .333333 or .12121212. series will repeat in pi, but not back to back, making it not repititive
#192

xxxsonic fanxxx (07/26/2013) []
So somewhere there is secret to why kids love the taste of cinnamon crunch toast
#90

darthsanti (07/26/2013) [+] (8 replies)
You need to login to view this link
>go to the link
>ctrl + f
>tipe some numerical **** of your life (phone number, adress, birthday)
>???????
>proffit
>go to the link
>ctrl + f
>tipe some numerical **** of your life (phone number, adress, birthday)
>???????
>proffit
#48

killingsin (07/26/2013) []
ITT: People pretending they know anything about advanced mathematics.
#41

neocortex (07/26/2013) [+] (4 replies)
And it also includes pie, for pie is the best thing in the world
#36

xxxsonic fanxxx (07/26/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Well, what if it doesn't contain all that stuff? How can we be certain? I realize i might be wrong but how can one be certain about uncertainty?
#29

wacemindu (07/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I honestly don't understand how Pi is worked out, how do we know that at this point it's just some guy mashing the keyboard.?