All of you have a happy international Pi day.
I don't see it as a problem. We can precisely define pi's birth in this scheme, minutes second and everything, can't we ?The only problem is, how to decide if it's celebrated at 3:14 am or 3:14 pm.
And that's why I said that I would rather wait will April 31st. This is strictly a US-centric Pi-day.Oh yes, and there's another issue. In my country, we write the day first, and then the month, so we have no pi day! Which proves that the pi day is a those-who-write-the-month-first-o-centric product. Down with it! :tongue2:
Did you have a pi-digit-listing contest today? :tongue:I know the first 120 digits of pi:
thats all I know off the top of my head.