in mathematics. It's also Albert Einstein's birthday.
This is a great excuse to bake pies, as many iReporters have (send us your pie-report!). But there are also lots of reasons to celebrate this number: Pi appears in the search for other planets, in the way that DNA folds, in science at the world's most powerful particle collider, and in many other fields of science.
The world record for most digits memorized is 67890
so however much we all think each other sucks in the cafe at least none of us is that guy.
NOW GO EAT PIE.
Originally Posted by CornfieldCounty
You get so wrapped up in the proverbial "its all about me and my" that you loose not only your creditability but any resemblance of intelligence.
My daughter just came in second place in her sixth grade class for most digits memorized at 120. She knows 116 more digits than me.
Yikes! She (and the one who beat her) have too much time on their hands - or a teacher with misplaced priorities! As an engineer-geek by college degree, I've always known 3.1415926, and haven't ever found a need to know more digits then that!
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