On 9/24/2011 12:07 AM, Jason Resch wrote:

A final consideration: do you believe Pi has such a value that when Euler's number israised to the power of (2*Pi*i) the result is 1? Pi has a value which no human hasdetermined, as determinig it requires infinite time and memory. If only thosemathematical things known to humans exist, then Pi's true value does not exist.

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`I think this is questionable. One can use the value of pi, calculate with it, determine`

`it's relation with other quantities. So you can't write it's decimal expansion, how`

`significant is that?`

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