Quote by Bob Kutz
Has anyone else noticed that if you replace i with (insert whatever imaginary meme you chose here), the equation works just the same;
Try smurf for example; e^(smurf*Pi) = 1
Or Pterodactyl; e^(Pt*Pi) = 1
As long as e^((Really Imaginary Constant)*Pi) = cos (Pi) + RIC sin (Pi), then e^((whatever you want to put here) * Pi) =  1 because the sine of Pi is Zero.
I don't mean to poke fun at 'our little jewel', but I cannot help ponder the implications of this alarming corollary. Am I missing something? Could it be that e^(unicorn*pi) = 1?
Doesn't that seem inherently wrong and evil? What happened to the unicorn? Did the Pi EAT THE UNICORN?
This concept seems to belie a complete lack of meaning for Euler's, but I don't seem to be able to prove it wrong.
In case you're wondering, it works with theta too, if you just change out your yaxis label for your imaginary friend of choice.
Just a random thought from someone who's knowledge of math occasionally plays hell with their sanity. I think I hear Nietzsche calling my name, perhaps I should go now.

The only sense I can make of this is that if you replace "i" with a different symbol
meaning the same thing the equation is still true. Well that's true of any statement and any symbol! I can't imagine why anyone would think such a thing is worthy of saying.