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Pi Day and Einstein 



By Dr. Ikjyot Singh Kohli

Sikh, Theoretical and Mathematical Physicist, main research in the structure and dynamics of Einstein's field equations.

5 replies on “Pi Day and Einstein ”

But…The value of Pi is independent of physics, it MUST be. So, maybe, in another universe G and c have different values but balance out exactly as such to give the same value of Pi. That is, assuming that the multiverse is a viable theory.

We started with ten digits on each hand and discovered mathematics.
Some say it was waiting in the wings, a universal fabric. Others, that it is a figment of our imagination and will lead us into temptation.
This post makes it look as if there is something behind the veil.

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