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The story of "just not Pi"


Joost Gielen


Archimedes was too fast




A discovery

which could not be a discovery

after 2000 years of science



maybe yet is !





Science has made its way through the bush, the swamps, the deserts etc.

It could have taken the highway nearby, if only it had known it was there....




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For days he turned his wheel and gently rotated it with small marks on it and on the soil. He could determine the circumference quite well. After some recalculations he came to the conclusion that the number indeed matched 3.14xxx !


IT HAD TO BE 3.1416407864998 !!



            Meanwhile, the town Dibi had gradually grown.

The reason was that there had been grown a good passable spot in the course of the river. The trade route from Cairo to Alexandria now passed by Dibi. So YuPea had no complains about clientele for his carpentry.

When he was busy with his wheel close to the river, an older man watching his operations came to him after a while and asked:

"What are you doing all the time?"

"Well," said YuPea, "I try the circumference of the wheel to be calculated. This stands in a certain relation to the diameter of the wheel I think".

"And how did you get this knowledge?" The man asked. "How can you calculate that good?"

"It has being taught to me by Mr. Conon who stayed here for a while cause of a broken leg. A few years ago" YuPea said.

"Oh, all right" the man said. "Good work young man, keep it up, there you can learn a lot."

"Oh, but I already did" YuPea said, "I have .... "



But the man had already moved on.

YuPea watched him.

The man, named Archimedes, slowly disappeared out of sight.



And YuPea?

He continued his calculations.

But was also married and had a whole batch of children. As a result, he had to work hard to earn a living. His calculations went into the background and the box with ball came to lie in a dusty corner.


After ten years he had the chance to go to buy a new lathe in Alexandria.

During those days, he came with his lathe under his arm along a large building with a huge patio. It was crowded with young men.

Suddenly he saw some young men with a big wheel rolling it cautiously over the patio.  He walked up to it and asked:



No, pi is not 3.141923... hélas.

That would have been nice for Pi*e*Phi.


But the next thing I've found, in relation with Pi, is amazing!

That's why I wrote the booklet! 









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      the perfect sphere



Visit the website of J.C Perez for the latest findings.



In ( Perez J.-C. (2010). Codon populations in single-stranded whole human 
     genome       DNA are fractal and fine-tuned by the golden ratio 1.618. - 
      Interdisciplinary Sciences: Computational Life Sciences, 2: 1–13.
       http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20658335 , full text in:
      tuned-by-the-Golden-Ratio-1-618 ).  ),
      we showed that the population of the 64 codons of the whole human 
      genome,       when reorganizing the universal genetic table using the 
     successive transformed fractal “dragon curve”, self-organized codons 
     populations around 2 atttractors: 1 and (3-phi) / 2. When publishing 
     this paper, I, of course, been very interested in the presence of the golden 
     ratio phi in this rule seemed to be a real tuning of our genome.You 
     understand my surprise when I discovered that my paper and especially 
     the value 0.6909830056 is quoted in a web site dedicated 
      to the intimate structure of atoms, quarks or Higgs boson (Gielen, 2012)
      1381976-7937512.html ).

      But let us now look at the value 
      VOLUME SPHERE = 4 × PI (R * 3) / 3 = 1.381944838 ... 
      We see that it is very close to 3-phi = 1.381966011. We deduce a 
      remarkable discovery: if the radius of a sphere is (3-phi) / 2 then the volume 
      of this sphere is 3-phi ... The error is only 0.0000211732501. Secondly, 
      we note also that 
      the SECTION of the SPHERE is PI×R*2 = 1.499977019 = 3/2. The error 
      is 0.000022981. Thirdly, we note that the surface of this 
      same sphere is 
      = SURFACE SPHERE = 4×PI×R*2 = 5.999908074 = 6 = 2x3 
       with an error = 6-5.999908074 = 0.000091926. Finally, the circumference 
       of the sphere is equal to 2 × PI × R = 4.341574268. Which is very close to 
      3 times the reverse of (3-phi) / 2, effectively: 6 ÷ (3-phi) = 
      4.341640786 then, the error is = 0.00006651754558.

      In conclusion: “A sphere of volume 3-phi has radius (3-phi / 2) 
      which is half the same volume”.

      Corollary: a sphere whose volume is equal to the diameter, 
      the section is 3/2, the circumference is 3 times the reverse of (3-phi) / 2 
      and the surface is equal to 6 has a radius = (3-phi) / 2.

      Finally, if the radius of a specific sphere is (3-phi)/2
      the diameter is 3-phi
      the circumference is 3 x ( 2/(3-phi)) ) 6 / (3-phi)
      the section is 3/2 = 6/4
      the surface is 6=2x3
      and the volume is … 3-phi

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