# White & Nerdy

I'm sorry, but I thought parts of that were hilarious!

My rims never spin
to the contrary
you'll find that they're quite stationary

Do vector calculus just for fun
I aint got a gat, but I got a soldering gun

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i see myself in some of those scenes....
i remember that night i had.. 2 rules of bobbleplast home for dinner... what a night... :rofl:

i like his two wheeler ^^

Garth
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Rach3 said:
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,217765,00.html

Pi is a physical constant...
Riiiiiight, Fox news.
Also
t is usually written out to a maximum of three decimal places, as 3.141, in math textbooks.
Funny, my 'math' textbooks write it out as 3.142 (or better still 3.14159265...), am I reading the wrong books?

Garth

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Talking about Pie... MMM pie....

No seriously... Pi IS A PHYSICAL CONSTANT.
You don't agree, Ok let me ask you a question then, What constant determines how curved space is (and i dont mean curved by gravity but) naturally curved so that to go in a straight line forever gets you back at your starting point.
If you still have trouble getting it, imagine space is a sphere, now draw a circle on that sphere, what is the new ratio between diameter and circumference dependent on (don't say the length of the radius, analogies don't work is EVERY aspect)

mc hawking..haha..very good