In article <617.6733T37T444@mercury.interpath.com>, email@example.com (Kevin W. Davidson) writes: > > Don Cates previously wrote an article appearing in talk.religion.misc: > > > >Sorry, it does follow. > >Pi is not a repeating infinite decimal, it is a transandental. Its > >decimal expansion is infinite and non-repeating. It has been proven that > >any finite sequence appears somewhere in its expansion. > > Proven by whom and shown where? I'm not denying that it has been proven, > but mathematical fact is one thing what we should be certain about (as > it is one of the FEW THINGS we can be certain about).
You might get a more coherent response if this is crossposted to sci.math.
I have accordingly done so.
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