Pi Day: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Pi (infographic)

aNewDomain.net —  Happy Pi Day 2014. It’s soon that time again. On March 3.14 and at 1:59 PDT they will be partying here in San Francisco and at geek fests around the world to celebrate the glorious number. Check out the pi infographic, below, to bone up on this nutty irrational number. Find more details on pi, plus crazy videos and lots more on the irrational number festivities right here. Updated March 2014.

And below, courtesy Full Dorm

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  • http://antpruitt.wordpress.com Ant Pruitt

    Diggin’ this infographic

    -RAP, II

  • http://antpruitt.wordpress.com Ant Pruitt

    The record holder for reciting pi to most decimal places is Chao Lu. http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/1/most-pi-places-memorised

    -RAP, II

    • http://attackoftheandroids.com Mat Lee

      How is that any kind of record? That’s like saying there is a world record for having the most patience. Is guiness getting into the fruits of the holy spirit? hahaha.

      • http://antpruitt.wordpress.com Ant Pruitt


        -RAP, II

  • Shannon

    I hope that in 2015 (3/14/15) they remember to move the celebration to 9:26 (if I recall the decimals correctly).

  • http://attackoftheandroids.com mat lee

    So what you’re telling me is, the PI IS real? Mat = Mind Blown!

  • http://vermontcomputing.com Jeremy Lesniak

    I believe Pi Day should be affectionately called Nerd Christmas.

  • Skip

    Why isn’t there an e day?

  • http://aNewDomain.net Gina Smith

    Why isn’t there a Planck’s Constant Day? The mind boggles :)

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  • hendog

    LOVE IT!