One million digits of pi, printed out on a mile long piece of paper.
What do you think?
They've gone where few have tread before or I'd walk a mile for PI . The sequel will be PI in the sky.
It is not important to know one million digits of ##\pi##. We only need to know a few of the digits in the calculation. However, the video is interesting.
Interesting video. But the waste of paper really is painful to me.
I think people who remember more than a few digits should use their memory for something more useful.
I happen to know some mathematicians who know all the digits of pi!
They said they need to work on their order though.
I think it's a huge waste of time and paper but since it lead to montahar's humorous comment, I'll let it pass this time but if they cut down any more trees for such inanity, I'm going send them a harsh letter.
It is a waste of paper.
Only 8 ml of ink though!
that's what I said to my algebra professor :D
Who's with me here? What's more impressive in this video, the mile of paper with 1 million digits of Pi computed on it? Or is it the impossible congestion density of that parking lot they show in the first 30 seconds? There must be close to a million cars there.
You must not have ever parked in a long-term lot at a major American airport. They all look like that.
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