Your Life is Encrypted in Pi


This is an interesting explanation for Pi, I just hear while watching Person of Interest TV series.

Pi
Harold : Can any of you tell me what it means?

I’ll settle for an intelligent question here.

Student : My friend has a question,Mr. Swift.

“What is any of this good for,and when would we ever use it?”

All class : [Laughter]

Harold : Let me show you.

Life Circle

Life Circle

” Pi – 3.14159265359….
The ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
And this is just the beginning.
It keeps on going.Forever.
Without ever repeating.
Which means that contained within this string of decimals is every single other number.
Your birth date, combination to your locker,
your social security number.
It’s all in there somewhere.
And if you convert these decimals into letters,you would have every word that ever existed in every possible combination.
The first syllable you spoke as a baby,the name of your latest crush,your entire life story from beginning to end.
Everything we ever say or do…
All of the world’s infinite possibilities rest within this one simple circle.
Now what you do with that information…
What it’s good for…
Well, that would be up to you. ”

 Me : But still I don’t have any idea how to decrypt this encrypted life into a usable way. But who knows you may be.. 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Your Life is Encrypted in Pi

  1. It is used in math calculations…and the best explanation I have seen is here:
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110313121210AAyorhq

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