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Tinker

Complex Math

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Complex Math

 

Pi

the infinite

Pi

number without end

unequivocal revelation.

 

Unleashed

one could spin into

the farthest reaches

of the mind

and never come back.

Judi Van Gorder

Just found Piaku, a new invented form and added it to the Reference Forum.

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Like this a great deal! The mystery of PI, summarized. BTW have you heard the Kate Bush Song about PI?

 

 

Con/Jur/D

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Judi, I have yet to look at the ref. forum, but fully intend to do so. That aside, for the moment, v2 is something I've often considered. It happens. I am a highly emotional, frequently depressed individual and relate to things like this. Love it.

 

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Very thought provoking images come to mind with the relentless pi. very intelligent write tinker.

 

victor

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Hi Tinker, as a lover of mathematics and novice in metamathematics, I find all the forms in the reference section fascinating. With this one I like the way you versify the two most salient features of pi: its relation to quantifying aspects of circular structures (hence the "spinning" action); its irrationality, both mathematically (number without end) and mentally - those "farthest reaches of the mind" to which we may spin "and never come back."

 

Nice wordplay!

(Note: word and math combine to make mirth! ;-)

- Dave

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