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On Sep 24, 2011, at 12:44 PM, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:

On 9/24/2011 12:07 AM, Jason Resch wrote:A final consideration: do you believe Pi has such a value that whenEuler's number is raised to the power of (2*Pi*i) the result is 1?Pi has a value which no human has determined, as determinig itrequires infinite time and memory. If only those mathematicalthings known to humans exist, then Pi's true value does not exist.I think this is questionable. One can use the value of pi,calculate with it, determine it's relation with other quantities.

`We can use an approximation of it's value, or a definition of how to`

`derive it's value (given infinite time and memory), but we've never`

`known or used it's value. All of it's definitions require`

`infinities. If these infinities don't exist, because your philosophy`

`of mathematics is constructivist, then it follows that Pi does not`

`exist.`

So you can't write it's decimal expansion, how significant is that?

`Sure everything is questionable. But according to Rogers theory the`

`unnown digits of Pi do not exist and/or have no definite value since`

`no human has determined them.`

`What this equation and reasoning suggests is that there can be certain`

`values which are unknown to us. Such as the googolplexth digit of Pi.`

Jason

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