
#19
Apr807, 10:28 PM

P: 59

Since Pi is irrational, would it be logical to think that the string of digits go through every possible number of combinations? If that were true somewhere down the line of digits is this very post is encoded in binary; It may take massive amounts of calculations and perhaps more time than the age of the universe, but you would find it starting at the nth decimal place at some inconcievably large number.
Just a thought, nothing more. 



#20
Apr907, 04:14 AM

P: 367

All evidence suggests that pi is normal, though no one's been able to prove it yet... 



#21
Sep709, 11:23 AM

P: 1

If pi wasn't completely random then wouldn't you also be able to representing it in some integral base number system?




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Sep709, 08:11 PM

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