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Other Discussion Boards => Technology, Science & Alt Science => Topic started by: Danang on November 12, 2020, 04:54:43 PM

Yeah, no big mouth, no written calculation, no formula... instead....
👉 PROVE OTHERWISE WITH YOUR OWN EXPERIMENT :o ;D

Yeah, no big mouth, no written calculation, no formula... instead....
👉 PROVE OTHERWISE WITH YOUR OWN EXPERIMENT :o ;D
Looks like the same result using a big mouth and calculation, no?
(https://i.imgur.com/rOSrOTJ.png)

Nice try..but I wanna see the real experiment. Anything related to pi.

Okay, no.more pi day.
Pi is over, replaced by PHEW = 3.17157 8)

Nice try..but I wanna see the real experiment. Anything related to pi.
Uh, find a circle. Measure it. Do some math. You will get PI.
It's not hard.
But apparently the entire world is doing it wrong except for you. How baffling...

It’s good to take r = 10000 cm AKA 100 m.
Then we’ll get:
Neck AKA 1 – cos(1:2) = 0.38 cm
Sin inner limit = 174.530 cm
Tan outer limit = 174.537 cm
Pi’s arc = 174.532 cm
Difference of 1° pi’s arc and inner limit = 174.532 cm – 174.530 cm = (((( 0.002 cm ))))
That number equals (((( 0.02 mm )))) :o :o :o
Phew = 176.19 cm
Phew difference = 176.19 cm – 174.53 cm = 1.66 cm
Conclusion:
Pi’s arc resembles the inner limit base line. It’s impossible coz the arc is not supposed to equal the inner base line. There should be some curve on the inner base line. There is still a space of 0.38 cm which allows the arc length to go after the outer limit which has also resembled the inner limit with the ‘invisible’ difference i.e. 0.002 cm or 1/5 mm. :o
For the base line of 174.53 cm, the difference of 1/5 mm :o is nothing, and impossible to lift the neck as far as 0.38 cm.
(https://gwebangethome.files.wordpress.com/2020/11/polish_20201117_190352079.png)

Constant pi applies for circular area, not circumference.
Next: "Pi & Phew Day". 👌

Constant pi applies for circular area, not circumference.
Next: "Pi & Phew Day". 👌
Nope. It applies for both. You've been shown multiple times why and how. Only you think differently. At this point you're either delusional or trolling. I'm thinking it is likely a little of both.

"Thanks for the humor" ~ Frenat ;D

"Thanks for the humor" ~ Frenat ;D
As that is all you provide, my comment was accurate. Do you have a point or are you just trolling?

Try this at home
1. Experiment with cylinder & paper tape.
2. Trigonometry.
3. Be Phewist.~

Try this at home
1. Experiment with cylinder & paper tape.
2. Trigonometry.
3. Be Phewist.~
Funny, every time I measure a circle, sphere or a cylinder I get a multiple of PI.
Not Phew.
Maybe you live in another universe with different constants.

Try this at home
1. Experiment with cylinder & paper tape.
2. Trigonometry.
3. Be Phewist.~
Funny, every time I measure a circle, sphere or a cylinder I get a multiple of PI.
Not Phew.
Maybe you live in another universe with different constants.
Back to the title:"Again: 3 Spheres ain't Equal 2 Cylinder (Please No Big Mouth)"

Yeah, no big mouth, no written calculation, no formula... instead....
👉 PROVE OTHERWISE WITH YOUR OWN EXPERIMENT :o ;D

Try this at home
1. Experiment with cylinder & paper tape.
2. Trigonometry.
3. Be Phewist.~
Many on this forum have tried it as well as school kids all over the world. Somehow only YOU fail to get pi. That is a YOU problem.

Try this at home
1. Experiment with cylinder & paper tape.
2. Trigonometry.
3. Be Phewist.~
Funny, every time I measure a circle, sphere or a cylinder I get a multiple of PI.
Not Phew.
Maybe you live in another universe with different constants.
Back to the title:"Again: 3 Spheres ain't Equal 2 Cylinder (Please No Big Mouth)"
Back to the point, real measurements show PI to be correct.
You can title the thread anything you want, PI works, Phew doesn't. ::)

Constant pi applies for circular area, not circumference.
Next: "Pi & Phew Day". 👌
Draw a circle. Measure its diameter. Measure its circumference. Divide the circumference by the diameter. The result ain't phew.

By calculation, phew is unbeatable.
And this my experiment (where's yours?) 8)

By calculation, phew is unbeatable.
And this my experiment (where's yours?) 8)
So you do have proof, that you can't measure things.
Brilliant.

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Brilliant.
Wow thank youuu

By calculation, phew is unbeatable.
And this my experiment (where's yours?) 8)
Cutting notches was your mistake. Take a pen and make a mark on the edge of the paper, or measure the initial cut. By cutting notches, you moved the points that you were measuring.

By calculation, phew is unbeatable.
And this my experiment (where's yours?) 8)
Phew gives me 72.47

By calculation, phew is unbeatable.
And this my experiment (where's yours?) 8)
Cutting notches was your mistake. Take a pen and make a mark on the edge of the paper, or measure the initial cut. By cutting notches, you moved the points that you were measuring.
Your suggestion is okay. I even ever used a needle to mark the paper tape for a better precision.
If you are sure pi=C:D, why not showing us your own experiment?

By calculation, phew is unbeatable.
And this my experiment (where's yours?) 8)
Phew gives me 72.47
What tools did you use? Why not show us your experiment?

If you are sure pi=C:D, why not showing us your own experiment?
Because there are already plenty of experiments proving that pi=C/D that you don't believe. Why should either of us think that one experiment would convince you?

By calculation, phew is unbeatable.
And this my experiment (where's yours?) 8)
Phew gives me 72.47
What tools did you use? Why not show us your experiment?
Look back at how you responded to every person who has provided you with answers to see why nobody wants to bother anymore.
I'm not going to waste my time measuring a circle to try and prove to you that PI is ~3.14159 if you can't figure it out yourself. That's your issue to work through.

"Our result is precise, that's why we are not scientist" :p
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It's rare to find C/D experiment on youtube. :o

Because they will show PHEW. :o

It's rare to find C/D experiment on youtube. :o
Define rare.

Rare:
Everybody talk about pi and pi and pi, but the C/D experiment videos are hard to find.
They might be nevous after trying offline C/D experiment, because pi doesn't work. #oops 8)

Rare:
Everybody talk about pi and pi and pi, but the C/D experiment videos are hard to find.
They might be nevous after trying offline C/D experiment, because pi doesn't work. #oops 8)
Just imagine every engineer/manufacturer has used Pi to create every piston and cylinder in every combustion engine on the planet. There must be literally a billion of these contraptions out there and they are all incorrectly machined, every last one of them. My goodness, the horror.

So.. to get rid of such horror condition, research matters, especially among common people.
Then I wonder, what's wrong with maths and trigonometry so far?
Did any of you find a clue about why maths sometimes doesn't connect to reality?

So.. to get rid of such horror condition, research matters, especially among common people.
Then I wonder, what's wrong with maths and trigonometry so far?
Did any of you find a clue about why maths sometimes doesn't connect to reality?
I think the clue lies inside you. Look deep.

I think the clue lies inside you. Look deep.
Be my guest. Please tell me what that is.
Can you explain why pi is only right in maths while experiment tells different constant?

I think the clue lies inside you. Look deep.
Be my guest. Please tell me what that is.
Can you explain why pi is only right in maths while experiment tells different constant?
Sure! You don't understand how to measure a circle.

Really? Kinda disagree for now..
But this one is not bad ^_^
(https://gwebangethome.files.wordpress.com/2020/11/1606497742924.gif?w=297&zoom=2)

Is trigonometry preseted into pi?

Really? Kinda disagree for now..
I watched your video where you used a paper strip, cut weird notches into it that were clearly not lined up right and then measured these incorrectly cut sections to get the wrong answer for PI.
So yeah, you don't know how to measure a circle. :)

Really? Kinda disagree for now..
I watched your video where you used a paper strip, cut weird notches into it that were clearly not lined up right and then measured these incorrectly cut sections to get the wrong answer for PI.
So yeah, you don't know how to measure a circle. :)
I think some calipers are in order. Paper, scissors, and notches don't seem to be very exacting, especially when we're talking decimal places.

Really? Kinda disagree for now..
I watched your video where you used a paper strip, cut weird notches into it that were clearly not lined up right and then measured these incorrectly cut sections to get the wrong answer for PI.
So yeah, you don't know how to measure a circle. :)
Yeah, okay,.
Now I rephrase the initial idea about volume. Are sure the formula is already right?
Is it that easy to translate a flat surface (pyramid) with round surface (sphere)?