aNewDomain.net –Updated March 14, 2013 — One of the most interesting things about Pi Day — the annual celebration of that irrational number beginning 3.1459 that happens every year March 14 and culminates at 1:59 PT — is that the date also happens to be the birthday of legendary physicist Albert Einstein (1879-1955).

The native German scientist escaped Nazi persecution in 1933 and went on to bring the world the Theory of General Relativity among his other achievements too numerous to mention. And yes, pi figures into the many equations he brought us, including the Maxwell-Einstein cosmological equation below.

Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.

— Albert Einstein

+1, Fred!

-RAP, II

+Fred Davis, i KNEW you were out there! Good quote! How was your pi day! gs

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