Pi Day

March 14, 2014

3.14.14 or 14.3.14

3.14 = 8 = Infinity

Pi Day celebrates the mathematical constant Pi observed

on March 14 (3/14), due to Pi being roughly equal to 3.14.

In the year 2015, Pi Day will have special significance on 3/14/15 at

9:26:53 a.m. and p.m., with the date and time representing the first 10 digits of pi.

Pi in the Sky: Long String of Digits Written Over Austin

Live Science - March 14, 2014

Happy Pi Day! Fun Facts About Our Favorite Irrational Number

Live Science - March 14, 2014

Happy Pi Day! 11 Fun Facts, Triva And History About 3.14

LA Times - March 14, 2014

How America celebrates Pi Day

CNN - March 14, 2014

Why Everything Is Going to Cost $3.14 on Friday

TIME - March 14, 2014

Today, March 14th (3.14), is Pi day, as all around the world pi-philes celebrate one of the most compelling and mysterious constants of Nature. Pi appears in equations describing the orbits of planets, the colors of auroras, the structure of DNA. The value of is woven into the fabric of life, the universe and ... everything. Humans have struggled to calculate for thousands of years. Divide the circumference of a circle by its diameter; the ratio is . Sounds simple, but the devil is in the digits. While the value of is finite (a smidgen more than 3), the decimal number is infinitely long. Supercomputers have succeeded in calculating more than 2700 billion digits and they're still crunching. The weirdest way to compute : throw needles at a table or frozen hot dogs on the floor. Party time! Have a piece of Pi. - Spaceweather.com

Albert Einstein Google Videos

Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist

considered one of the greatest physicists of all time.

refer to reality, they are not certain,

and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.

Mass and energy are both different

manifestations of the same thing

a somewhat unfamiliar conception for the average mind.