3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592

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Long ago discovered in an archeological dig at stone henge, Pi is said by some to be the most complex and amazing mathematical discovery of our time. Others pishaw this nonsense and believe it is a complex alien plot to destroy our society from the inside out. (Note: that episode of Star Trek where they similarly plan to destroy the borg using math)

While doomsday sayers have widely spoken out against the use of Pi, so far, their efforts to ban the use of Pi and homework have failed to come to fruitition.

It is also noted to taste deliscious, especially when served with ice cream (known in some circles as a la mode)

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But why?!?[edit]

Having any more than ~65 digits is mathmatically useless, as you only need that many calculate the circumfrence of the universe within the accuracy of one planck length. Counting past 100 digits is just mental masturbation, which makes kittens mentally retarded.

One unrealized application of an extremely accurate pi is measuring the circumference of Uncyclopedia founder's mom's big fat head (or their dad, if she has passed.) Although no formal scientific body has yet undertaken the monsterous task of measuring such an enormous atrocity, it has been estimated (by me), that a representation of pi accurate to 7262 decimal places would be required.

(For more on the topic of UNCYC founder's mom's big fat head in relation to the size of her brain, see Goldfish.

How to calculate your OWN Pi[edit]

You need a calculator. Enter in Then press =. This is a very fast method for calculating up to 63 decimal digits!!!

To Do List[edit]

When come back, bring pi. Indeed.