100,000 digits of pi

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    Hey, is it 960 BC?

    Nope.


    2004 AD.

    Sorry, kid :P

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    govtcheez is still in the stone age

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    The Brain: What is the reason for this thread? Why post 100,000 digits of pi?!?
    Last edited by Sang-drax : Tomorrow at 02:21 AM. Reason: Time travelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sang-drax
    The Brain: What is the reason for this thread? Why post 100,000 digits of pi?!?
    atlast somebody asked...

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    Oh come on... This is GD. Everything is random.
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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    No one asked because we realized it didn't matter

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    Oh! I've got another one:
    1.61803 39887 49894 84820 45868 34365 63811 77203 09179 80576
    28621 35448 62270 52604 62818 90244 97072 07204 18939 11374
    84754 08807 53868 91752 12663 38622 23536 93179 31800 60766
    72635 44333 89086 59593 95829 05638 32266 13199 28290 26788
    06752 08766 89250 17116 96207 03222 10432 16269 54862 62963
    13614 43814 97587 01220 34080 58879 54454 74924 61856 95364
    86444 92410 44320 77134 49470 49565 84678 85098 74339 44221
    25448 77066 47809 15884 60749 98871 24007 65217 05751 79788
    34166 25624 94075 89069 70400 02812 10427 62177 11177 78053
    15317 14101 17046 66599 14669 79873 17613 56006 70874 80710
    13179 52368 94275 21948 43530 56783 00228 78569 97829 77834
    78458 78228 91109 76250 03026 96156 17002 50464 33824 37764
    86102 83831 26833 03724 29267 52631 16533 92473 16711 12115
    88186 38513 31620 38400 52221 65791 28667 52946 54906 81131
    71599 34323 59734 94985 09040 94762 13222 98101 72610 70596
    11645 62990 98162 90555 20852 47903 52406 02017 27997 47175
    34277 75927 78625 61943 20827 50513 12181 56285 51222 48093
    94712 34145 17022 37358 05772 78616 00868 83829 52304 59264
    78780 17889 92199 02707 76903 89532 19681 98615 14378 03149
    97411 06926 08867 42962 26757 56052 31727 77520 35361 39362
    10767 38937 64556 06060 59216 58946 67595 51900 40055 59089
    50229 53094 23124 82355 21221 24154 44006 47034 05657 34797
    66397 23949 49946 58457 88730 39623 09037 50339 93856 21024
    23690 25138 68041 45779 95698 12244 57471 78034 17312 64532
    20416 39723 21340 44449 48730 23154 17676 89375 21030 68737
    88034 41700 93954 40962 79558 98678 72320 95124 26893 55730
    97045 09595 68440 17555 19881 92180 20640 52905 51893 49475
    92600 73485 22821 01088 19464 45442 22318 89131 92946 89622
    00230 14437 70269 92300 78030 85261 18075 45192 88770 50210
    96842 49362 71359 25187 60777 88466 58361 50238 91349 33331
    22310 53392 32136 24319 26372 89106 70503 39928 22652 63556
    20902 97986 42472 75977 25655 08615 48754 35748 26471 81414
    51270 00602 38901 62077 73224 49943 53088 99909 50168 03281
    12194 32048 19643 87675 86331 47985 71911 39781 53978 07476
    15077 22117 50826 94586 39320 45652 09896 98555 67814 10696
    83728 84058 74610 33781 05444 39094 36835 83581 38113 11689
    93855 57697 54841 49144 53415 09129 54070 05019 47754 86163
    Anyone recognize this one in a line up?
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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    Anyone recognize this one in a line up?
    Golden ratio of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by luker
    Is it bad that I see faces in the numbers?

    EDIT:
    Is that better or worse considering I see faces everywhere?

    You hallucinate after 3 straight days of no sleeeeeep......

    No, it's pretty normal, * * cough **
    well I see the colums of numbers like this ...
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    Have I crossed the line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurker
    Is it bad that I see faces in the numbers?
    Darn, you caught on to the subliminal message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thantos
    No one asked because we realized it didn't matter
    I couldn't resist. What if there actually were a meaning to this thread and I'd missed it?
    Last edited by Sang-drax : Tomorrow at 02:21 AM. Reason: Time travelling

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    Then cboard would go down again. See webmaster says that it goes down for this or that reason but in reality it goes down because someone posted a thread in GD that had a point and the server just couldn't handle it.

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    the goldren ratio:

    13/8

    or

    987/610

    It is the solution to:

    x = sqrt (1 + (sqrt( 1 + sqrt(1 + etc

    which is equivalent to:

    x^2 = x + 1,

    Read "The Golden Ratio" by Mario Livio

    edit:
    Interestingly enough, all of these numbers that are irrational and do not repeat as a whole contain every piece of data stored on every computer in the world. I don't suggest trying to find it...might take you a while.
    Last edited by Darkness; 11-22-2004 at 09:41 AM.

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    Any of you know anything about the things Dan Brown mentions regarding the number Phi (1.618) in The Da Vinci Code? Very interesting if any of it's true.

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    Not read the book, what does he say about it?
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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