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Choc. vs. Straw.-Rhub. Pi

Post 21

Demon Drawer

Not unless you go around quoting it backwards. smiley - winkeye


Choc. vs. Straw.-Rhub. Pi

Post 22

Anonymouse

And far too much time on your hands (not to mention a huge calculator smiley - winkeye).


Choc. vs. Straw.-Rhub. Pi

Post 23

Phil

As long as you don't work out the sequence and what it means...


Choc. vs. Straw.-Rhub. Pi

Post 24

iodine

You know..... if you squint your eyes and scroll through that at just the right speed you see and interesting visual pattern apears.
It is a totaly usless patern and doesn't look like anything in particular at all but it is interesting none the less...


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Post 25

aPerson, An Angelastic (and alliterative) Acronymaniac

Hey, wouldn't it be cool if the binary representation of pi, when arranged with the right number of digits on each line (although it would be better if you used black and white dots instead of digits), formed a picture? Especially if it was a picture of a circle, or the number '42' in large stylised letters.

Who knows, maybe if you give each decimal digit a colour it would resemble some other important shape, like the mandelbrot set or something.

To save space in my memory and yet still have an infinite string of uninteresting numbers to recite, I think I'll go around quoting the first few hundred digits of 12345/99990.

And that concludes my 300th forum post. smiley - smiley


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Post 26

Demon Drawer

Only 300 posts, keep up the good work aPerson, I believe I'm in over 300 forums.


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Post 27

Peregrin

I've noticed the visual scrolling thing too... I'm sure I can see a face in there.


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Post 28

Peregrin

And a picture of Mary holding baby Jesus!!
And some sort of demon thing.
This is great! smiley - smiley

*Peregrin is very easily amused, if you hadn't noticed*


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Post 29

Demon Drawer

Demon's don't look anywhere near me. Anyway it looks nothing like a slice of toast.


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Post 30

Amy Pawloski, aka 'paper lady'--'Mufflewhump'?!? click here to find out... (ACE)

No mention of ice cream or whipped cream?


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Post 31

Eveneye--Eegogee--Julzes

Something in base 30 to appeal to you:
(16*PI+16+5/8)^5 with whole part ending in PI and sum of numerator and denominator's digits equaling 16 (mind you that's really 36 to us) is unique for power 5 on a question derived from a relationship involving (365+1/4)^4, but it's actually too complicated to explain right now. Tasty?


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Post 32

Anonymouse

*roots around for a square pi* smiley - porkpie Well, not exactly square and not exactly pi, but tasty nontheless.

smiley - mouse


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