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Topic: The Reason Why Tau Is Fundamental And Why Pi Is Not
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: The Reason Why Tau Is Fundamental And Why Pi Is Not
Posted: Jan 17, 2013 9:50 PM
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so, if it did have a dimensional unit,
other than "teh scalar, pi," what'd it be?

> since pi is generally considered to be a dimensionless constant,

thus:
A corollary is that climate change is a consequence
of ?climate forcings,? which are external
to the natural climate system and which
tend to prevent averages from converging
to their true values. In this
framework, past climate change may be attributed
to orbital changes,
variations in solar output, volcanic eruptions,
etc. For the recent period, anthropogenic forcings can be added.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2013EO010001/abstract

thus quoth:
Snell's law, Wien's Law, Planck's Law, Stefan-Boltzmann's Law



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