In article <0.bd9673dcf39fe00d23a7.20131104195729GMT.email@example.com>, Ben Bacarisse <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> email@example.com writes: > > > This is related to the proof of the correct Mathematical Pi Value > > 3.14159292035( R function of 113). > > We are no strangers to daft ideas round here, but do you really think > anyone will take more than a microsecond to decide that you are wrong? At first I thought Vinoo did not make anywhere near enough sense to qualify as wrong. > > <snip> > > V Cameron , by the Grace of Jesus Christ and the Inspiration of the > > Virgin Mary > > Is this just a generic pious closing, or do the grace and inspiration of > said figures play a role in your know the true value of pi?
-- Chris Henrich <http://www.mathinteract.com> Yes, one can rant about the program designs, but generally things keep getting more and more confused as time goes on. --Sea Wasp