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jakncoke

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Jan 11, 2013
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I don't celebrate such irrational events.
 
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MarkFL

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Nehushtan

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Mar 11, 2013
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Is it a coincidence that March 14 also happens to be the birthday of Albert Einstein? (Bigsmile)
 

jakncoke

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jakncoke

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Jan 11, 2013
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I suspected there may be those who transcend such things. (Giggle)
Yes those fools are uncountable. These people you speak of are certainly dense in regards to rationality.

Lets keep these bad puns going.
 
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MarkFL

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We should also require that they be non-repeating...too.
 

melese

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I know it's late, but worth sharing.
pi-pie-3.14-mind-blown-LOL.jpg
 

Fernando Revilla

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Jan 29, 2012
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Hope you folks have a good one!
Not for intuitionistics mathematicians. They (or we, who knows?) celebrate $\mathbf{\pi}$-day only when a new digit is discovered. :)
 

jakncoke

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Jan 11, 2013
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Not for intuitionistics mathematicians. They (or we, who knows?) celebrate $\mathbf{\pi}$-day only when a new digit is discovered. :)
Its crazy that some people spend their entire lives trying to look for new digits of pi (trying to find faster converging series, building better computers to get that next digit etc...). Thats some dedication right there.