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Right now the post count is 3,141,444. Any guess who will make the pi'th post?
 

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If this is 3,141,445th post then pi'th post is already gone.
Pi is 3.1415 ... and its already 3 million past.
 
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Technically it would be the [itex]1000000\pi[/itex] th post. We all know what [itex]\pi[/itex] is...
 
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Technically it would be the [itex]1000000\pi[/itex] th post. We all know what [itex]\pi[/itex] is...
If we're going that way then it would technically be the [itex][1000000\pi][/itex] post, since irrational numbers are not post numbers :biggrin:

And yes, we all know that pi equals 4... exactly...
 
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Greg Bernhardt is WITHHOLDING vital information about our Pi posters!
I'm sure I was one, at a particular time! :angry:

Thus, I DEMAND that we get to know who the posters were having the following posts:

No. 3, 31 314 3142 31415
and so on..

Come on Greg, you cannot hide the truth any longer!!!
 
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https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=3 (deleted)

https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=31 (deleted)

https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=314

https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=3141 (or should it be rounded to 3142?)

https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=31415 (31416?)

https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=314159

https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=3141592 (3?)

Note that number of posts in database changes, some posts get deleted. So, post that becomes pith post according to the main page counter doesn't have to be pithpost forever. However, pith post that is pith according to database internal counter, will be pith forever.

It is a little bit convoluted.
 
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I KNEW the mentors would use every trick in the world to keep SOME Pi posters hidden..:mad:
 
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(or should it be rounded to 3142?)
I knew it. Pi are not squared, pi are rounded.
 
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Right now the post count is 3,141,444. Any guess who will make the pi'th post?
No..
 
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[Mπ] or mega pie?! :smile:
 
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Right now the post count is 3,141,444. Any guess who will make the pi'th post?
Micromass, you have WAY too much spare time on your hands :biggrin:
 
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Right now the post count is 3,141,444. Any guess who will make the pi'th post?
Where can you see what the post count is? :confused:
 
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Main page, Physics Forums Stats on the right (scroll below active users).
 
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Where can you see what the post count is? :confused:
Go to the main page, then look to the right (where you see things like "which users are online, etc."). There's something called "forum stats" where you see the total number of posts.
 
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Main page, Physics Forums Stats on the right (scroll below active users).
Go to the main page, then look to the right (where you see things like "which users are online, etc."). There's something called "forum stats" where you see the total number of posts.
Awwww! We just passed [Mπ].
Who got it?!
 

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