If Pi is continual and random-digited as scientists say, then how could it be the quoteint of the circumference and the diameter, because any thing that includes a fraction cannot be continual and random digited. The only explaination that keeps Pi continual and random digited is that the diameter and radius cannot be perfectly measured or that a perfect circle cannot be made. However pretty much any thing can be perfectly measured down to the very last atom. so circles must be unmakeable. But if circles are unmakeable, then there would be no way to caculate Pi. Would someone clear this up for me?