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Why most(may be all) constants in physics relate to pi?

 
 
pudalay
 
Reply Mon 31 May, 2010 12:43 am
I think it implies that there must be something having to do with circular and motion?
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Reply Mon 31 May, 2010 03:38 am
@pudalay,
I been going over all the basic constants I can think of and planck constant is the only one that come to mind with PI in it.

C and G constants have nothing to do with PI and the electron charge does not either and.........................
oolongteasup
 
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Reply Mon 31 May, 2010 06:32 am
@pudalay,
yeah you mean like in general relativity or heisenbergs uncertainty principle or the greatest of them all:

the volume of a pizza with radius z and height a equals pizza (home made)
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Reply Mon 31 May, 2010 09:25 pm
@BillRM,
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Reply Mon 31 May, 2010 10:53 pm
@pudalay,
I forgot Dirac constant!
pudalay
 
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Reply Thu 3 Jun, 2010 01:05 am
@BillRM,
There are many things to talk about pi as universal constant, if this topics interested you, just contact me at, http://twitter.com/puwallop.
or http://twitter.com/137pi
Regards
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