The mathematical constant π is an irrational number that has no end. It can be equated to a multiverse where anything is possible, so chances are you can find your birth date and time and your ID number side by side within π.

Since the exact value of pi can never be calculated, we can never find the accurate area or circumference of a circle.

The record for reciting the most number of decimal places of Pi was achieved by Rajveer Meena at VIT University, Vellore, India on 21 March 2015. He was able to recite 70,000 decimal places, and it took 10 hours.

Humans can never find all the digits of number pi. In 1665, Isaac Newton calculated pi to 16 decimal places. In the early 1700s, Thomas Lagney calculated 127 decimal places of pi reaching a new record of the calculation done without the assistance of computer technology. However, in the second half of the twentieth century, the number of digits of pi increased from about 2000 to 500,000 on the CDC 600. But this record was broken to a whole new level in 2017 when a Swiss scientist computed more than 22 trillion digits of pi which took more than a hundred days.

The calculation of pi is a stress test for a computer. It works just like a digital cardiogram since it indicates the level of activity within the computer’s processor.

Kumbe ni pi Not pie?
All these years I thought it was spelt Pie!
No wonder I could never grasp the concept of what the fucker was banging on about!..

I would rather you kick me in my nuts than make me attend another maths or physics lesson.
At least the pain in my balls won’t last for thirty minutes!.. Kikikikkkk…

Another rabbit hole, just as i was preparing to unwind after a long day. Turns out nothing can be measured accurately. Nothing. http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/54660.html
Uncertainties everywhere.