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I said: "if Phi (or e?) would be a tiny little bit greater, then....

   

I didn't know otherwise till I found this week several internetsites which doubted the value of Pi !!!

 

For instance: Jain the mathemagics: "the true value of pi" ( = 3.144605512)

at: http://www.jainmathemagics.com/page/10/default.asp

 

or

 

Panagiotis Stefanides (pi = 3.144605511)

at: http://www.stefanides.gr/Html/pi.htm

 

or

 

Hassan Dinbali: pi = 3.15470053837925152901829756100955…

at: http://www.dinbali.com/?page_id=78

 

or

 

Mohammad-Reza Mehdinia "correct value of pi = 3.125

at: http://correctpi.com

 

 

 

SO

 

if pi could be different what could that mean to my model and calculations?

Let's have a look:

    

 

classical PI = 3.14159265358979

                         

 

PI = 3.141923949435...?

 

 

 

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bol piephi-2

 

 

pi-3.141923949.jpg 

 

By the way:

 

600 is the surface of the sphere: 4 *  pi * r^2

 

 

 

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