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#237

THEEGAME (04/07/2013) []
what they dont tell you is that pi may have these correct answers, but they will be covered in a infinite number of mistakes or lies. think of endless copies of romeo and juliet, but only one will be exactly as shakespear wrote it.
#226

mechanichore (04/03/2013) []
This is the same for an infinite number of irrational numbersPi just happens to be an easily understood example.
#204

gazajunk (04/03/2013) []
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#180

anon (04/03/2013) []
WHat if a nonrepeating decimal is something like
0.12112111211112111112...
That's nonrepeating an not all number combination exist in it
so meh.
0.12112111211112111112...
That's nonrepeating an not all number combination exist in it
so meh.
#202 to #180

swiftblood (04/03/2013) []
he didn't say it existed in that, he said in pi, your dumb **** argument is void
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anonymoose ONLINE (04/03/2013) []
pi to less than 800 d.p. has 999999, so 99999999 is not completely out of the question.
#135

dorklordrises (04/03/2013) [] http://www.smbccomics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=2787#comic
Also had a thing about this
Also had a thing about this
#82

benegative (04/03/2013) []
So? A monkey with a typewriter will eventually write hamlet. These discussions of infinity are dubious at best.
#73

anon (04/03/2013) []
This **** again?
No. Implying that a nonrepeating sucession of numbers contains every posible combination of numbers is the same as implying that there is only one kind of infinite.
This is falacious. We've alredy been through this, morons.
Only someone with very little mathematical knowledge can make these kind of assumptions, and even go around showing his own ignorance.
No. Implying that a nonrepeating sucession of numbers contains every posible combination of numbers is the same as implying that there is only one kind of infinite.
This is falacious. We've alredy been through this, morons.
Only someone with very little mathematical knowledge can make these kind of assumptions, and even go around showing his own ignorance.
#69

anon (04/03/2013) []
_ < My retarded anon face when there are infinite numbers that do the exact same thing.
#65

anon (04/03/2013) []
That doesn't make sense, if a number doesn't ever repeat after itself then that can't possibly be true e.g. you die on the 11th of november.
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susinfluenza (04/03/2013) []
That's not what it means by nonrepeating. What it means is that there is no pattern to the numbers that repeats.
#30

anon (04/03/2013) []
Didn't they trace it down to a like 3 million or 3 billion decimal points?