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What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?

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Danang

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For time being, let's forget about the match between Pi vs Phew (Phew wins).

Is it true that Pi=3.14159 is applied in real technology?
Or is it just hoax?  :o

TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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markjo

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2019, 06:34:58 AM »
Yes. pi has real, every day uses:
Science is what happens when preconception meets verification.
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Besides, perhaps FET is a conspiracy too.
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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2019, 06:41:54 AM »
So... "something approximated" is applied to professional works.

Okay, since Phew is not so popular yet, let me refer to this link for basic information about Phew: (including for those who vote the poll above).

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=78568.0
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2019, 06:46:03 AM »
Yes. pi has real, every day uses:


How come DNA is measured based on Pi?
I don't think there is a perfect circle shape within human body.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2019, 07:37:05 AM »
So... "something approximated" is applied to professional works.

Okay, since Phew is not so popular yet, let me refer to this link for basic information about Phew: (including for those who vote the poll above).

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=78568.0
Not approximated, as you know.

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #5 on: February 07, 2019, 08:13:12 AM »
So... "something approximated" is applied to professional works.

Okay, since Phew is not so popular yet, let me refer to this link for basic information about Phew: (including for those who vote the poll above).

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=78568.0

C=12.3
D=3.9
I get 3.153, using your proposed method. Closer to 3.14 than it is to 3.17.

A second attempt got me C=9.45, D=2.85, so that gives me 3.32. Way off from both pi and phew.

Should I believe that my experiment was inaccurate because of my limited resources, or declare a Piw and Phiw as a third and fourth candidate?
Or take an average and champion 3.2365?

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sokarul

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #6 on: February 07, 2019, 08:17:50 AM »
First I would get your sig figs right.
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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2019, 08:46:42 AM »

Is it true that Pi=3.14159 is applied in real technology?

What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?


I assume you mean "is it true that pi which is approximated as 3.14159 is applied in real technology, and is it important to have the correct value?"

An example that many people use and find important is GPS. The accuracy of pi used in calculations related to positioning is 15 digits, and that does contribute to the accuracy of the system that many people now take for granted. To use a value of pi that was only as accurate as 3.14159000000000 rather than 3.14159265358979 would introduce errors so large that GPS would not be viable for street navigation. Not to mention 3.17157, which is off by 1%.

It's a shame that your curiosity about mathematics has not made you interested in it, but rather led you to this life of trollery. Read some books about mathematics; it's a fun subject!

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markjo

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #8 on: February 07, 2019, 10:14:12 AM »
Better yet, take a math course and troll the instructor with your stinky phew.
Science is what happens when preconception meets verification.
Quote from: Robosteve
Besides, perhaps FET is a conspiracy too.
Quote from: bullhorn
It is just the way it is, you understanding it doesn't concern me.

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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #9 on: February 07, 2019, 11:55:59 AM »
So... "something approximated" is applied to professional works.

Okay, since Phew is not so popular yet, let me refer to this link for basic information about Phew: (including for those who vote the poll above).

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=78568.0

C=12.3
D=3.9
I get 3.153, using your proposed method. Closer to 3.14 than it is to 3.17.

A second attempt got me C=9.45, D=2.85, so that gives me 3.32. Way off from both pi and phew.

Should I believe that my experiment was inaccurate because of my limited resources, or declare a Piw and Phiw as a third and fourth candidate?
Or take an average and champion 3.2365?

The big underline here is: "Such Experiment Method Gives You Conclusion That PI is Impossible"  8)

Never once anyone reached pi due to it's "too short".
This is the best manual method. (Recommendation: bigger diameter).
While pi tape method by default is corrupted.
Hard to get pi.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Jane

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2019, 12:00:35 PM »
Never once anyone reached pi due to it's "too short".
This is the best manual method. (Recommendation: bigger diameter).
While pi tape method by default is corrupted.
Hard to get pi.
Wouldn't say never, but that's just because of error. Measuring the ribbon is more likely to skew longer if it goes slack, while the diameter's a straight line but you might end up measuring a shorter distance than the true diameter in an effort to find the longest distance across the circle. Of course the experiment's going to skew to give a larger result.

What experiment with a greater degree of accuracy did you do to arrive at Phew?

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Lonegranger

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2019, 03:15:03 PM »
For time being, let's forget about the match between Pi vs Phew (Phew wins).

Is it true that Pi=3.14159 is applied in real technology?
Or is it just hoax?  :o

Are you serious?
Look around you.
Look at anything that has been designed and manufactured that has round, cylindrical or spherical components. How do you think they came into being? Itís a problem many of you types have, being able to just ignore reality when coming up with your ideas.
All these components were designed using pi to calculate dimensions which in turn were used in their manufacture!

If pi werenít real do you think the tyres on your car would fit the wheels? Do you think the wheels on your car would actually be round?

Thatís why your ideas are wrong! Why? Because all the car wheels on all the cars in the world are round!  So thatís several billion reasons why you and phew are wrong!
Zen and the art of turd polishing.

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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #12 on: February 08, 2019, 12:21:54 AM »
Better yet, take a math course and troll the instructor with your stinky phew.

You didn't answer the previous question. "DNA by pi" is hoax then.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #13 on: February 08, 2019, 12:24:43 AM »
So... "something approximated" is applied to professional works.

Okay, since Phew is not so popular yet, let me refer to this link for basic information about Phew: (including for those who vote the poll above).

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=78568.0
Not approximated, as you know.

The little umbrellas are ignored. That's so careless with respect to mathematical calculations.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #14 on: February 08, 2019, 12:27:54 AM »
First I would get your sig figs right.

I don't think so. Jakarta to Bandung distance is apprixomately 1į but in real world it takes at least 3 hours trip time by car.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #15 on: February 08, 2019, 12:36:08 AM »
Never once anyone reached pi due to it's "too short".
This is the best manual method. (Recommendation: bigger diameter).
While pi tape method by default is corrupted.
Hard to get pi.
Wouldn't say never, but that's just because of error. Measuring the ribbon is more likely to skew longer if it goes slack, while the diameter's a straight line but you might end up measuring a shorter distance than the true diameter in an effort to find the longest distance across the circle. Of course the experiment's going to skew to give a larger result.

What experiment with a greater degree of accuracy did you do to arrive at Phew?

The thickness of a paper tape is no big deal, it cannot much deviate the result.

The tape measurement was remommeded by some people and I found out it's the best method to approach the true value of C/D. At the same time it proves that Pi magnitude is far from reality.
Not to forget: IF the 'corrupted' pi tape gives result around pi value, that means the actual C/D must be more than 3.14159.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Stash

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #16 on: February 08, 2019, 12:36:36 AM »
Better yet, take a math course and troll the instructor with your stinky phew.

You didn't answer the previous question. "DNA by pi" is hoax then.

"A pi helix (or π-helix) is a type of secondary structure found in proteins.[1] Although once thought to be rare, short π-helices are found in 15% of known protein structures and are believed to be an evolutionary adaptation derived by the insertion of a single amino acid into an α-helix."

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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #17 on: February 08, 2019, 12:42:45 AM »
For time being, let's forget about the match between Pi vs Phew (Phew wins).

Is it true that Pi=3.14159 is applied in real technology?
Or is it just hoax?  :o

Are you serious?
Look around you.
Look at anything that has been designed and manufactured that has round, cylindrical or spherical components. How do you think they came into being? Itís a problem many of you types have, being able to just ignore reality when coming up with your ideas.
All these components were designed using pi to calculate dimensions which in turn were used in their manufacture!

If pi werenít real do you think the tyres on your car would fit the wheels? Do you think the wheels on your car would actually be round?

Thatís why your ideas are wrong! Why? Because all the car wheels on all the cars in the world are round!  So thatís several billion reasons why you and phew are wrong!

To construct a curved shape objects it's no need to use pi. Just using a compass. Pi is only claimed on numbers in technology devices, in fact what more matters is the Radius. All is mostly about Radius Game.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #18 on: February 08, 2019, 12:46:03 AM »
Better yet, take a math course and troll the instructor with your stinky phew.

You didn't answer the previous question. "DNA by pi" is hoax then.

"A pi helix (or π-helix) is a type of secondary structure found in proteins.[1] Although once thought to be rare, short π-helices are found in 15% of known protein structures and are believed to be an evolutionary adaptation derived by the insertion of a single amino acid into an α-helix."

Okay, if so, there has been miscalculation due to pi value usage.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Stash

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #19 on: February 08, 2019, 12:56:58 AM »
Better yet, take a math course and troll the instructor with your stinky phew.

You didn't answer the previous question. "DNA by pi" is hoax then.

"A pi helix (or π-helix) is a type of secondary structure found in proteins.[1] Although once thought to be rare, short π-helices are found in 15% of known protein structures and are believed to be an evolutionary adaptation derived by the insertion of a single amino acid into an α-helix."

Okay, if so, there has been miscalculation due to pi value usage.

Damn, then you should probably alert the DNA researchers around the world and let them know they've all been doing it wrong. Phew would probably change what we think we know about DNA in it's entirety. You know you get a million US for a Nobel prize? I'd say it's worth exposing the truth on your part. Minimum, monetarily, maximum, well, Nobel notability.

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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #20 on: February 08, 2019, 12:58:40 AM »

Is it true that Pi=3.14159 is applied in real technology?

What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?


I assume you mean "is it true that pi which is approximated as 3.14159 is applied in real technology, and is it important to have the correct value?"

An example that many people use and find important is GPS. The accuracy of pi used in calculations related to positioning is 15 digits, and that does contribute to the accuracy of the system that many people now take for granted. To use a value of pi that was only as accurate as 3.14159000000000 rather than 3.14159265358979 would introduce errors so large that GPS would not be viable for street navigation. Not to mention 3.17157, which is off by 1%.

It's a shame that your curiosity about mathematics has not made you interested in it, but rather led you to this life of trollery. Read some books about mathematics; it's a fun subject!

Mathematics is definitely a fun subject as long as we keep away from illogical infiltration in it. Something that makes (some of) school maths are boring. :o
That's why I prefer do my own maths. It's extremely fun. 8)
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #21 on: February 08, 2019, 01:17:40 AM »
Better yet, take a math course and troll the instructor with your stinky phew.

You didn't answer the previous question. "DNA by pi" is hoax then.

"A pi helix (or π-helix) is a type of secondary structure found in proteins.[1] Although once thought to be rare, short π-helices are found in 15% of known protein structures and are believed to be an evolutionary adaptation derived by the insertion of a single amino acid into an α-helix."

Okay, if so, there has been miscalculation due to pi value usage.

Damn, then you should probably alert the DNA researchers around the world and let them know they've all been doing it wrong. Phew would probably change what we think we know about DNA in it's entirety. You know you get a million US for a Nobel prize? I'd say it's worth exposing the truth on your part. Minimum, monetarily, maximum, well, Nobel notability.

Your appreciation is highly appreciated. And you know what? So far my assumption is, as independent persons, free thinkers, moreover as flatearthers, everything is not so easy. That's why my focus so far is to make phew ready to use along with its various formulas. After trial and errors for a long time I think I've come to the right formulas lately.
For alerting DNA researchers, I have no idea where to go and how to talk. Even I still have huge difficulty to convince phew in this forum. Only a few people gave positive feedback, including you. I hope my thoughts from this awesome website can be spreaded naturally till they finally know. Or please anybody tell them.
Nobel prize?
As far as I know it's not submitted by the candidates, but recommended by other people.
If you can convince them and succeed, you'll get the share hahaha...
« Last Edit: February 08, 2019, 01:20:18 AM by Danang »
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Stash

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #22 on: February 08, 2019, 01:41:22 AM »
Better yet, take a math course and troll the instructor with your stinky phew.

You didn't answer the previous question. "DNA by pi" is hoax then.

"A pi helix (or π-helix) is a type of secondary structure found in proteins.[1] Although once thought to be rare, short π-helices are found in 15% of known protein structures and are believed to be an evolutionary adaptation derived by the insertion of a single amino acid into an α-helix."

Okay, if so, there has been miscalculation due to pi value usage.

Damn, then you should probably alert the DNA researchers around the world and let them know they've all been doing it wrong. Phew would probably change what we think we know about DNA in it's entirety. You know you get a million US for a Nobel prize? I'd say it's worth exposing the truth on your part. Minimum, monetarily, maximum, well, Nobel notability.

Your appreciation is highly appreciated. And you know what? So far my assumption is, as independent persons, free thinkers, moreover as flatearthers, everything is not so easy. That's why my focus so far is to make phew ready to use along with its various formulas. After trial and errors for a long time I think I've come to the right formulas lately.
For alerting DNA researchers, I have no idea where to go and how to talk. Even I still have huge difficulty to convince phew in this forum. Only a few people gave positive feedback, including you. I hope my thoughts from this awesome website can be spreaded naturally till they finally know. Or please anybody tell them.
Nobel prize?
As far as I know it's not submitted by the candidates, but recommended by other people.
If you can convince them and succeed, you'll get the share hahaha...

My Nobel recommendation fee is a standard 20%. I'll see what I can do...

So here's the deal.

A) The world literally works on 3.14
B) Whatever to A

So if you can come along and prove out that the world would work better on Phew, I am 150% in. Angel investor. Right here, right now. Phew just keeps getting batted back. But I do laud your efforts. I'm just not there and I haven't seen any there there. (Also, I'm not sure why you even picked a fight with PI to begin with - Origin story requested).

For me, it's the same deal for all of my alternate thinking/flat earth compatriots; I have my beliefs and my learnings. I hold them dear and fight to defend them. But if someone comes along and is like, "If we used phew, and a flat earth we could make millions over these idiots who try and move people and stuff around a 'sphere' earth, and how they calculate the size of every 'circle' incorrectly," I am so in.

Keep up the exploration. Keep testing and keep testing us.

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Lonegranger

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #23 on: February 08, 2019, 01:41:40 AM »
For time being, let's forget about the match between Pi vs Phew (Phew wins).

Is it true that Pi=3.14159 is applied in real technology?
Or is it just hoax?  :o

Are you serious?
Look around you.
Look at anything that has been designed and manufactured that has round, cylindrical or spherical components. How do you think they came into being? Itís a problem many of you types have, being able to just ignore reality when coming up with your ideas.
All these components were designed using pi to calculate dimensions which in turn were used in their manufacture!

If pi werenít real do you think the tyres on your car would fit the wheels? Do you think the wheels on your car would actually be round?

Thatís why your ideas are wrong! Why? Because all the car wheels on all the cars in the world are round!  So thatís several billion reasons why you and phew are wrong!

To construct a curved shape objects it's no need to use pi. Just using a compass. Pi is only claimed on numbers in technology devices, in fact what more matters is the Radius. All is mostly about Radius Game.

To calculate! Not construct!

Tell me how do you think a wheel of a car is manufactured!
Zen and the art of turd polishing.

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Jane

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #24 on: February 08, 2019, 03:17:51 AM »
Never once anyone reached pi due to it's "too short".
This is the best manual method. (Recommendation: bigger diameter).
While pi tape method by default is corrupted.
Hard to get pi.
Wouldn't say never, but that's just because of error. Measuring the ribbon is more likely to skew longer if it goes slack, while the diameter's a straight line but you might end up measuring a shorter distance than the true diameter in an effort to find the longest distance across the circle. Of course the experiment's going to skew to give a larger result.

What experiment with a greater degree of accuracy did you do to arrive at Phew?

The thickness of a paper tape is no big deal, it cannot much deviate the result.

The tape measurement was remommeded by some people and I found out it's the best method to approach the true value of C/D. At the same time it proves that Pi magnitude is far from reality.
Not to forget: IF the 'corrupted' pi tape gives result around pi value, that means the actual C/D must be more than 3.14159.
Surely, accepting that for a moment, it'd be the other way around? The tape would give a larger circumference than the true one, if it's off; there's no way for it to be less.
And equally, there's no curving when finding the diameter and no larger straight-line measurements to be made, so wouldn't that be found to be smaller if anything?
So C/D has a larger numerator and smaller denominator than the 'true' value.

Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #25 on: February 08, 2019, 06:42:41 AM »

Is it true that Pi=3.14159 is applied in real technology?

What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?


I assume you mean "is it true that pi which is approximated as 3.14159 is applied in real technology, and is it important to have the correct value?"

An example that many people use and find important is GPS. The accuracy of pi used in calculations related to positioning is 15 digits, and that does contribute to the accuracy of the system that many people now take for granted. To use a value of pi that was only as accurate as 3.14159000000000 rather than 3.14159265358979 would introduce errors so large that GPS would not be viable for street navigation. Not to mention 3.17157, which is off by 1%.

It's a shame that your curiosity about mathematics has not made you interested in it, but rather led you to this life of trollery. Read some books about mathematics; it's a fun subject!

Mathematics is definitely a fun subject as long as we keep away from illogical infiltration in it. Something that makes (some of) school maths are boring. :o
That's why I prefer do my own maths. It's extremely fun. 8)

Or maybe go to a technical school and learn how to use measuring tools so that you're not resorting to tape and ribbon and cardboard and rice to make measurements. As we've pointed out many times before, you suck at accurate measurement. Then perhaps you could actually make a measurement of C/D that wasn't off by such a huge amount.
« Last Edit: February 08, 2019, 08:10:25 AM by Curiouser and Curiouser »

Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #26 on: February 08, 2019, 07:25:53 AM »
Flat Earth scientists and engineers are currently working hard on what promises to be their greatest achievement- the square wheel.

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rabinoz

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #27 on: February 08, 2019, 01:55:05 PM »
Flat Earth scientists and engineers are currently working hard on what promises to be their greatest achievement- the square wheel.
Did and done, but I doubt that they are Flat Earth scientists and engineers ;D.
         
Wouldn't "Flat Earth scientists and engineers" be an unexpected find?

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Danang

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #28 on: February 08, 2019, 04:32:40 PM »
Stash said:

"My Nobel recommendation fee is a standard 20%. I'll see what I can do..."

>> Good, they should also know about this deal.



"So if you can come along and prove out that the world would work better on Phew, I am 150% in."

>> The Phew Theorem >>  1/8 C = (Sin45) + (1-Cos45)≤ or
1/8 C = (Sin45)≤ + (1-Cos45)

might initially not convice people easily. But its formulas will give clear descriptions about the true calculations for curve shaped objects. It can be tested in real experiments. I dare you (and anyone) to do such experiments.



"Angel investor. Right here, right now."

>> What kind of investation is it?




"Phew just keeps getting batted back. But I do laud your efforts. I'm just not there and I haven't seen any there there. (Also, I'm not sure why you even picked a fight with PI to begin with - Origin story requested)"

>> It's my curiousity to fight with Pi and seek the right value of Pi, AKA Phew.
As I said before: My eyes are sick seeing illogical things in science.  ;D




"For me, it's the same deal for all of my alternate thinking/flat earth compatriots; I have my beliefs and my learnings. I hold them dear and fight to defend them. But if someone comes along and is like, "If we used phew, and a flat earth we could make millions over these idiots who try and move people and stuff around a 'sphere' earth, and how they calculate the size of every 'circle' incorrectly," I am so in."

>> I and all FEers once were REers. Being FEer gives one everything new and fresh. Especially PhewFEers.  8)



"Keep up the exploration. Keep testing and keep testing us."

>> Thank you. I always do this activity daily. I also still need your feedback and critiques as usual.
TRY: Phew = 3.17157 and (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE AKA Phew FE ~


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Jane

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Re: What are significancies for the correct value of C/D in daily life?
« Reply #29 on: February 08, 2019, 04:40:23 PM »
>> The Phew Theorem >>  1/8 C = (Sin45) + (1-Cos45)≤ or
1/8 C = (Sin45)≤ + (1-Cos45)

might initially not convice people easily. But its formulas will give clear descriptions about the true calculations for curve shaped objects. It can be tested in real experiments. I dare you (and anyone) to do such experiments.
What thread is the derivation of that formula given?

Also, is that conventional sin/cos? They can be defined with reference to Euler's formula using pi, is pi accepted in that context or should it be replaced with phew?