Thursday, January 20, 2011

Pi squared is Gravity

If you square pi in base ten you get a value near the assigned value for gravity, 9.86.

If one is hunting for functions in the fourth dimension, squaring pi, a referent which begins to hold meaning in flatland (2D), may approach a slice of corresponding linear functions in the fourth.

So gravity, as oddly as the moon to sun disc ratio, holds promise for partaking of multiverse.

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