Date: Jan 4, 2013 3:56 PM
Author: Kaba
Subject: Re: The Reason Why Tau Is Fundamental And Why Pi Is Not

4.1.2013 19:44, Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz wrote:
> In <kc2icq$11f$>, on 01/03/2013
> at 02:12 AM, Kaba <> said:

>> I agree that ideally tau should be used. Such things are important
>> to cut away the complexity from formulas, and to bring out
>> uniformity, something which in my experience always pays off,
>> revealing structure and diminishing the amount of errors.

> If you want uniformity, that suggests sticking with Pi. As for
> complexisty, "2 PI R" is no more complex than "1/2 Tau D",

Have a look at the first video at