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# FreakyByte

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"While I thought I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die." 26 Mar 2020 at 12:30 AM

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1. FreakyByte
"While I thought I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die."
2. FreakyByte
Heya. Unfortunately I won't be able to maintain the death toll this carnival, so if someone else could do it this year that'd be great.
3. FreakyByte
"Death may be the greatest of all human blessings." - Socrates
4. FreakyByte
I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is THE ABSOLUTE DEATH that brings total obliteration.
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5. FreakyByte
It's now over 2 years since I've registered here... (つ°ヮ°)つ
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6. FreakyByte
Fun Fact: "TGM" converted from ASCII to decimal (84 71 77) occurs at the 413786th digit of pi after the decimal point.
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2. Marq
Fun Fact: since pi is infinite, every combination of everything is in there somewhere.
9 Apr 2016
3. FreakyByte
This is not necessarily true. There are other "infinite numbers", like 0.333333..., but I guess you do not count that. If we are talking about irrational numbers, for example 0.10110111011110111110... does never repeat, but still does not have "every combination of everything" in it, so it is false that every irrational number has every sequence possible in it.
11 Apr 2016
4. FreakyByte
A irrational number that DOES have every possible combination of the digits from 0 to 10 in it is called a "normal number in base 10". In the case of pi: We do not yet know if pi is a normal number or not. More information: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/NormalNumber.html
11 Apr 2016

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