
Re: The Reason Why Tau Is Fundamental And Why Pi Is Not
Posted:
Jan 2, 2013 7:15 PM


On Jan 3, 9:18 am, tdadamemdspamblo...@excite.com wrote: > I just started a concurrent discussion over on the Wikipedia Talk page for Pi:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Pi > > That may not have been the smartest move on my part, because there's a high probability that it can lead to a fractured discussion. It might be best if we pick just one of these two forums to carry on the discussion. > > But if separate thread are preferred, then we can make the best of it. > > ~ CT
Tau is worse than Pi!
90 DEGREES is the FUNDAMENTAL ANGLE and PI/2 makes NAVIGATION SO MUCH SIMPLER!
1/2 a RA right! = 45 degrees to the right!
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SIN and COS still work on RADIANS
RA is my shorthand for Right Angle = PI/2 (in Radians)
1RA = 90/57 degrees/degrees = 1.57 Radians
So RA is usually in Radians but is not 1 RAdian.
RA is actually an angle, 90 degrees!
PI and TAU are too big for the mainstream to conceptualise as angles.
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4 RA r = Circumference. ( 2 Pi r )
RA = Right Angle in RADIANS!
2 RA in a Triangle!
Get used to it! I'm programming the Nav Computers!
RA and Meters Northwards and Meters Eastward are the new units!
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e.g. TOM: "Where is the nearest Servo?" NAVVY: "2 kilometres Northward and 700 meters Eastward" NAVVY: "Head 1 quarter RA Rightward from your current bearing" 1/4 RA = 90 degrees / 4 = 22.5 degrees! ****
So what is 1 RA? RA = PI/2 = 1.57079636279...

