PiSearch
Web Interface to the pisearch program. Pisearch searches the first four billion binary digits of pi for the entered word.
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Knot 274 20030125 Equilateral Hexagons A page dedicated to the symmetries of "lenses," equilateral hexagons that you can explore with Jorge's nice lens puzzle applet. See also his Equilateral Pentagons and Polyominoids pages. Knot 273 20030109 PiSearch More on Pi! This site allows you to sea... Read article

gowers.wordpress.com February  2010  Gowers's Weblog
February 24, 2010 The discussion in the last thread has noticeably moved on to new topics. In particular, multiplicative functions have been much less in the spotlight. Some progress has been made on the question of whether the Fourier transform of a sequence of bounded discrepancy must be very l... Read article

guardian.co.uk Pi Day: Help yourself to a slice of infinite, transcendental pi  Matt Parker  Science  guardian.co.uk
It's in the nature of pi that everyone's birthday and name are encoded somewhere in this neverending, neverrepeating number Pi Day: Help yourself to a slice of infinite, transcendental pi Read article

the13thcolony.com The 13th Colony: PI
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zackvision.com Part of Pi  Procrastination
The art of keeping up with yesterday's blogging Part of Pi Read article

blogger.tibocut.com TiboCut Tweets Backup
Http://goo.gl/IEV4K Monday, 19 March 2012 Slidetocode presents lisping, an editor to code on your (i) pad http://slidetocode.com/ TERRAFERMA, le dernier film italien d'Emanuele Crialese, est sorti dans les salles. http://goo.gl/SG0xN (via Camille http://goo.gl/CbjJu ) Sunday, 18 March 2012 Imagin... Read article

mitacs.ca About the Pi Explorer  Mitacs
The Pi Explorer was inspired by a couple of Pi searching programs available on the Internet: David Anderson’s PiSearch page lets you search the first 200 million digits of Pi for number strings, David Bailey’s Pi Searcher uses the first four billion bits of Pi in groups of five to encode the alp... Read article

blog.progopedia.com Blog  Pi in Programming Languages  Encyclopedia of Programming Languages
The bytes are converted into characters with corresponding ASCIIcodes, and the resulting text is interpreted as source code in another language (this language should be given along with the pair of numbers). Theoretically one can find any sequence of bits of any length in Pi notation, and thus t... Read article

mathforum.org The Math Forum  Math Library  Research
The Math Forum's Internet Math Library is a comprehensive catalog of Web sites and Web pages relating to the study of mathematics. This page contains sites relating to Research. Read article

math.rutgers.edu Math 251 diary, fall 2008
This is the seond part of the diary. A link to later material A link to earlier material Read article

shitalshah.com Astrila  Tuesday, August 23, 2005  My Weblogs  Shital's Icle
Check out RX8 club which has tons of rotary engine fans. It has almost enough head rooms for 6 ft people. It has dumb headlights  totally manual, no photo sensors. It doesn't have dumb doors (the ones you need to slam hard couple of times to get them shut). This car requires mirrors to be perfe... Read article

radioweblogs.com Tony Bowden's Radio Weblog
The real power of this plugin is more to be able to do things like: [% USE xmlstyle video = { pre_start = ' ' element = 'table' attributes = { class='videoTable' }, post_end = ' ' } title = { pre_start = ' Title: ' element = 'td' attributes = { class='videoTitle' } post_end = ' ' } price = { pre_... Read article

mathpuzzle.com Untitled Document
Material added 30 October 2001 Is your name in the first 4 billion digits of Pi? At http://pi.nersc.gov/ , you can find out. I found "riddles" in Pi, but not "puzzle". When I was 12 years old, I saw supermagnets mentioned in the Edmund Scientific catalog. I saved up some money and bought one  a ... Read article

cecm.sfu.ca Jon's Home Page
CECM's downtown 5: PUBLISHING 3: PERSONAL & 6: INTERFACES Computational Convexity Epublishing in: Multiple Zeta Values SFU is Macleans' 96 , 97 , 98 and 00 "#1" Comprehensive University and #1 or #2 in 9 of the last 10 years. Read article

memepool.com Memepool.com: Article archive
[ articles posted by Date ] Nov 2, 2001 Nov 1, 2001 I first encountered the Urantia Book in a public library in British Columbia when I was on vacation. I had a lot of questions . Fortunately, at the age of 17, I was a skeptical kid. I finally concluded that Urantia believers were mostly elderly ... Read article
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