February 17, 2008Re: Totally OT: Quantum Mechanics proof for the existence of a Supreme
Yigal Chripun Wrote: > Daniel Lewis wrote: > > Any infinite form can expand too. Add a few digits to the end of Pi. > You are wrong in you're reasoning. from wikipedia: > "[Pi] represents the ratio of any circle > <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circle>'s circumference to its diameter in > Euclidean geometry <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euclidean_geometry>, > which is the same as the ratio of a circle's area to the square of its > radius." > the number Pi is just a representation of said ratio, and any decimal > representation of it is _not_ Pi itself but an approximation of it. > 3.14 is not Pi but a number that is close to Pi, that's all. Yeah. I meant by means of refining the approximation. It's a limit, and so you can continue to approach Pi indefinitely and still add to, or improve upon your approximation. I'm hard up for an example. Can someone provide a better one?
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