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imiyakawa

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What's so special about PI? Why does it appear in so much in physics?

Einstein's field equations, Coulomb's Law, Kepler's Third law constant, uncertainty principle....

This wouldn't be a co-incidence. Surely there's an underlying reason for this that we don't know yet?

Einstein's field equations, Coulomb's Law, Kepler's Third law constant, uncertainty principle....

This wouldn't be a co-incidence. Surely there's an underlying reason for this that we don't know yet?

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