# 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971

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I've discovered something about our favorite little number... Apparently it's the key to unlocking something...

-fractal

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N 45? 30.ish

W 122? 58.ish

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Where are we going?......And WHY am I in this handbasket???

PI IS EXACTLY 3!!!!

I like pie.

-fractal

Did we use pi in the Contact cache? I can't remember anymore. I gave up because I ever got around to seeing the movie. I had the cubes built and everything.

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Originally posted by fractal:

I've discovered something about our favorite little number... Apparently it's the key to unlocking something...

Teaser this weekend.. Cache in the near future..

-fractal

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N 45? 30.ish

W 122? 58.ish

This whole idea of using pi as a key to unlocking something sounds irrational to me.

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Did we use pi in the Contact cache

You're thinking of Low-Med-High

mmmmm pi

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Originally posted by Kodak's4:

This whole idea of using pi as a key to unlocking something sounds irrational to me.

Whoaa Kodak's4. It is called a game. Chill.

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Originally posted by bubble_luscious:

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Originally posted by Kodak's4:

This whole idea of using pi as a key to unlocking something sounds irrational to me.

Whoaa Kodak's4. It is called a game. Chill.

He is actually making a math joke. A bad math joke, but a math joke nonetheless. Actually, now that I think about it, can one really joke about math?

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Originally posted by bubble_luscious:

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Originally posted by Kodak's4:

This whole idea of using pi as a key to unlocking something sounds irrational to me.

Whoaa Kodak's4. It is called a game. Chill.

There's a set of numbers that can be represented as ratios of integers. Examples would be 22/7, or 1/4, or 27 (aka 27/1), or 98239846247/17743718728.

Such numbers are called 'rational numbers'

There's a set of numbers which cannot be represented as a ratio of integers.

Examples would be sqrt(2), and pi.

Get it? Pi is an irrational number. It's a joke. I posted it because I thought it was 'kinda funny'.

There are two kinds of jokes - funny ones and the other kind. I guess this was the other kind.

Sorry.

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Originally posted by The Oregon Cajuns:
Originally posted by bubble_luscious:

He is actually making a math joke. A bad math joke, but a math joke nonetheless. Actually, now that I think about it, can one really joke about math?

Oh, come on.

Q: What's purple and commutes?

A: An Abelian grape.

I think that probably ALL math jokes are bad jokes.

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Originally posted by Kodak's4:

I think that probably ALL math jokes are bad jokes.

What do you call the ratio of a jack'o'lantern's circumference to it's diameter?

Pumpkin Pi.

Yeah, I think you're right.

ApK

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Originally posted by Kodak's4:

I think that probably ALL math jokes are bad jokes.

Lemme try again:

A little boy needed help with a math problem. He first approached a mathamatician and asked "What is 9 divided by 2?

The mathamatician procedes to write out an equation and then digresses into a proof of pi's irrational and transcendental nature.

An hour into that, the boy gives up and approaches an engineer with the same question.

The engineer answers "9/2? Oh, it's around 4."

The boy then approaches an accountant with the same question, and the account leans over and whispers conspiratorially: "What you WANT 9/2 to be?"

ApK

Here's a website that gives you 120,000 digits of pi (it's also home to the pi fanclub, and your resource for everthing pi).

http://www.wpdpi.com/pi.shtml

"Hello Cleveland... Hello Cleveland... I would like some pork... This one has a little guy in it."

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Originally posted by Team JOYSON:

http://www.wpdpi.com/pi.shtml

That site has a link to info about the book "The Joy of Pi" which I just recently got from audible.com.

Very cool book, if you're into Pi...learn how Pi helped acquit O.J. Simpson!

ApK

And just for the record, I thought the irrational joke was funny

Ok.. With that out of the way, I now present to you the teaser for my Pi cache! (note: it's the first time I used my voice in a teaser, so I think it sounds kinda cheesy...but you get the idea)

Pi teaser in DivX format (less than 2MB)

As noted above, the teaser is compressed using the DiveX codec... Just so I don't lose anyone here, that means that it's an AVI file that is compressed using a different piece of software, and to view it properly, you will need to download and install the DivX software (FREE!) from the DivX website. There's even a version for Mac OS.

Once installed, you should be able to use your favorite media player program to view the file. Sorry if this causes any sort of problems for anyone, but it allows much higher quality videos with a smaller file size.

But then again, if you don't want to view the teaser, you don't have to install anything

Cache should be out within 3 weeks... I'm zeroing in on a spot to put it, and once I do that, I can finish the puzzle.

Without a doubt, I think this puzzle will prove that I am actually insane

-fractal

And yes... The cache is loosly based on the movie Pi.

Not required viewing to solve the cache, but it is a pretty cool film!

-fractal

Did anyone else see those words in the trailer?

Nah, your voice wasn't cheesey. I think this is my favorite trailer so far. However, I'm sure you'll top it with your next one, because I say that with each new trailer you put out.

being good (within reason, of course)

Well the teaser is AWESOME. If the cache is half as good it will be a classic. But if it is as tough to tackle as E2 you may have to have your looks surgically altered if you wish to stay in town...

Life is as much a journey of discovery, as it is a discovery of the journey...

**Namaste**

So Feb 13th, you should it'd be released w/in 3 weeks... we're waiting I've got a couple great places in mind if you still need 'em. We just can't get enough of your caches Fractal... call us gluttons for punishment.

Hard work often pays off after time, but procrastination always pays off now.

Yeah.. so a little longer..

I did choose a location, got coordinates, and began the puzzle... But, due to the unique way of getting to that location, I felt that I should contact the THPRD first... Kyle seemed to be 'ok' with it, but felt we should discuss it with someone higher up... That person felt that I should chose a different location in that park, and gave explainations as to why (I'll go into the details of that after I get the cache placed). I do understand their concerns, and I really want to make sure we continue to have a good relationship with the THPRD... So, I finally made it back to the park on Monday and scouted out new locations. Accuracy was horrible because I could only get a lock on 3 sats that were close together... I think the best I got was about 60 feet... With work keeping me way too busy lately (10 hour days.. AND they made me come in today!), I haven't had a chance to go get better numbers yet...

This cache WILL happen... It's just been hard to get the time to finish it properly... And trust me.. No one wants this thing finished more than me!

-fractal

Fractal:

WHOA!

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Originally posted by The Tungsten Jihad!:

Fractal:

http://www.hotornot.com/r/?eid=RSR8NU&key=RUM&tc=1

I gave him an "8"

--laurak (NOT dougk) of dasein

--Temporarily French Polynesia's most prolific geocachers!

So little Johnny is flunking math. His parents try everything and nothing helps. Finally in an act of desperation they enroll him in a Catholic school.

After the first day of school Johnny comes home heads to his room and does his math homework. This happens day after day and soon he’s getting an A in math.

His mom asks, “Why the improvement, nothing else helped”

Little Johnny says “When I got to school on my first day and they had that guy nailed to the plus sign I knew they meant business.”

Wherever you go there you are.

Cool teaser fractal.

As for bad math jokes, just look at your take home pay.

logscaler.

Teaser:= Most Excellent.

Curiosity:= Very High

Anticipation:= Off the Chart

I gotta have it, and I gotta have it NOW

What is the integral of 1/cabin dcabin?

george

Pedal until your legs cramp up and then pedal some more.

That would be a log cabin, plus a constant.

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Originally posted by kiwimonster:

That would be a log cabin, plus a constant.

House boat... log cabin plus c (sea)

george

Pedal until your legs cramp up and then pedal some more.

just checking something out

"And then Trogdor smote the Kerrek, and all was laid to burnination."

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