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Tuesday, February 15, 2005

The philosophy of pi

Pi a neverending number with no apparent pattern in its list of numbers into the trillions. Can this be considered a obleque pattern of its own ? Does this number have more of a significance to life then just circles.? life as we know it has been random and never reapeating . Everything created has never been duplicated exactly. well at least not to the trillionth of a decimal. So if there is an end to pi would it in some way define everything as to how it is made or randomly generated? If a picture is created with each pixel graded in a 0-9 shade of black, based on the numbers we already know of pi it would never repeat. This to a certain point prooving that pi has some connection to lifes exsistance. Or maybe we have not found enough decimal places of pi to find that it has a pattern. As there may be an end to pi, yet to be discovered.


At 2/15/2005 9:53 a.m., Blogger rafaelos said...

maybe the lack of patterns of numbers in pi is the pattern itself. Like life itself, duality exists in the material world because two things can't be on the same space and time. The unity which was in the beginning still exists between the two opposites, in a form of balance.


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