Pi Is Awesome, You Should Have Some
I’m far from good at math, but Pi has always been something I hold dear to my heart. Knowing Pi as the DNA of a circle, I know any circle’s circumference divided by its diameter would result in 3.14. This means the code for a circle is Pi because without having a pie you would not get a circle. Thus, eating up your pie, yeah? Anyhow, Pi is also mysterious in a way that it would go on forever. This means, if you have a Pi, you would never be able to finish it.
To be accurate, Pi is not only 3.14, but it’s also 3.14159, 3.1415926535, 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971, and it would go on forever. Don’t ask me why it is like this, because I’m not a mathematician. Thankfully, we got mathematicians to tell us that Pi is an irrational number, thus it would string on forever without a known permanent pattern. Without a known permanent pattern, it means that you don’t have a pattern of a Pi yet unless you can finish eating it. Nonetheless, as of now, nobody knows how Pi would be completely eaten. Thus, it’s irrational!
Since I’m not a mathematician, I like to think of Pi in a philosophical manner. Not even sure what this means, but here is my philosophical dictation of Pi. Imagine you take a pen or a pencil, and then you just draw one circle over and over again, into infinity. I call this Pi. Furthermore, you can also draw another circle within a circle into infinity, and I also call this Pi. Perhaps, religiously, Pi is the meaning of reincarnation. If someone said there is no such thing as reincarnation, maybe you could have a pie!
I also like to think of Pi as a code or one of the codes of the God universe! I imagine the universe we live in does have a border. This universe’s border is similar to earth’s border because there would be another universe right outside of this universe’s border. Nonetheless, the God universe does not have a border, because it would encompass all universes within it. The God universe would go on forever just like Pi. So, at least whenever you eat a pie, you can imagine that you eat the God universe. Can you finish it?
When looking at Pi this way, I wonder how much smaller an atom can be divided. Scientists have a name for matters that are smaller than the smallest subatomic particles. What are subatomic particles? Think of these subatomic particles as the particles that you had learned about in high school, and these are protons, neutrons, and so on. Nonetheless, scientists call known smallest matters that are the building block for known subatomic particles as elementary particles. An example of a known elementary particle is Quark. Since scientists like to call these elementary particles as the building block particles that cannot be divided further, it makes me wonder what elementary particles would make up the building block for the known elementary particles such as Quark. Have a pie?
Pi/pie is awesome! Not the kind of pie that you could ever finish in a meal, but the kind of Pi that you would never be able to eat all.