A very happy Pi day to all the Brilliant people out there!!!While most people complain about the kids and teens of this generation you people really give me hope for a better tomorrow..You people are awesome....Never stop learning!!And also the hardworking staff members of the website you people are equally awesome!!!....

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TopNewestJust something to add, next year is going to be an epic Pi Day because it will be 3-14-15. We will be so happy at 9:26:53 next year. – Trevor B. · 3 years ago

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– Ng Yi · 2 years, 11 months ago

That will be AWESOMELog in to reply

– Joshua Ong · 3 years ago

Wow didn't notice.Log in to reply

I want to wish everyone a happy Pi Day, and hopefully, you won't overindulge on pie. – Trevor B. · 3 years ago

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My Pi Day website. Fun stuff. – Kevin Mo · 3 years ago

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Happy Einstein's birthday. – Aryan Gaikwad · 3 years ago

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– Sharky Kesa · 3 years ago

Who could forget the great physicist?Log in to reply

– Biswadeep Sen · 3 years ago

Physicist ! Not a physician.....physician means a doctor,,,Log in to reply

– Aryan Gaikwad · 3 years ago

HahaLog in to reply

– Kahsay Merkeb · 3 years ago

Our prodigy!Log in to reply

I invite you to join the movement to reestablish truth and beauty, celebrate \(\tau\) day, June 28th. – Josh Silverman Staff · 3 years ago

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– Sharky Kesa · 3 years ago

How about \(e\) day on the 27th January ? Also there could be \(\phi\) day on the 16th of January.Log in to reply

– Agnishom Chattopadhyay · 3 years ago

or 71st february?Log in to reply

– Satvik Golechha · 3 years ago

HahahehehehehahahehehahaehhehahLog in to reply

– Bogdan Simeonov · 3 years ago

Isn't \(e=2.71...\)?So why the 21st of January instead of the 27th?Log in to reply

– Sharky Kesa · 3 years ago

Typo!!!Log in to reply

– Josh Silverman Staff · 3 years ago

Go on. Is this tied to another insurgent movement in mathematics?Log in to reply

I calculated the algorithm to find the value of \(\pi\) yesterday. I can calculate the value upto 31 correct decimal places(My calculator cant calculate beyond)............Its very interesting......... – Anand Raj · 3 years ago

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Show how you would derive pi in https://brilliant.org/discussions/thread/pi-day/ – Kahsay Merkeb · 3 years ago

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I am too stressed out to enjoy it..I have college decisions due today :( – Thaddeus Abiy · 3 years ago

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– Kahsay Merkeb · 3 years ago

Really, Are you from Ethiopia, me too -_-Log in to reply

– Thaddeus Abiy · 3 years ago

Yeah I am..Its rare to find a fellow math enthusiastLog in to reply

Pi day!!! It sounds nice.. – Tejas Rangnekar · 3 years ago

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Happy pi and Einstein day.Yes,the great man was born on 14th of this month too. – Akshunna Shaurya · 3 years ago

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As of today, I identify as a Taoist - see the Half Tau Day page.

I highly recommend reading the Tao Manifesto and the Pi Manifesto together. I came to the overwhelming conclusion that Tau was the superior circle constant, but I'm open to input!

Happy 1/2 Tau Day!

The Linux User – Test User · 3 years ago

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– Josh Silverman Staff · 3 years ago

Congratulations!Log in to reply

– Sharky Kesa · 3 years ago

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