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 I can't deny the beauty of my find!

 

resumé:

 

a sphere with    volume    : 1381.903735654648... which is 100x

              the diameter    : 13.81903735654648...

which is (almost) exact     : pi * e * phi

 

and a beautiful, simple formula, easy to understand!

 

with a circle with exact area of 150

and thus a volume-surface  of 600

 

plus a radius of 6.90951867827 that gives a relation with DNA,

where a ratio is found of 0.6909 (J.Cl.Perez)

 

and then the significant ratios between the 3 circles...

 

 

SO

 

what's the problem?

 

 

The problem is that it's almost impossible that pi isn't 3.141592653.......

 

With al those mathematicians, formula's, computers, algorithmes etc. etc.

 

WHY

 

did I find 3.1419239494.... in this context ?

 

IT SEEMS LIKE A PARADOX

 

 

SO

 

 

what is wrong?

 

 

I tried to figure that out.

 

I asked myself: what's the difference between the classic Pi and my Pi find?

 

I only could find 1......

 

The classic Pi is based upon the ratio of the circumference and the diameter.

 

In my calculations..........................  I didn't use the circumference!

 

 

WELL

 

what can we do with that?

 

The only thing I can imagine is that there are 2 Pi's !!

 

One for the ratio circumference / diameter

and

 One for relation volume / diameter

 

...........

..............

 

Oeps.

 

Could it be possible that the volume can't be exactly measured with the classic Pi?

Could there be a deviation ................

If so,

what is the reason for this deviation......

 

I don't know.

 

 

But if this could be possible then:

 

Pi for the ratio circumference / diameter would be:

 

for example:

the Plouffe formula:

 

                                         

 

                             or for schools: pi   =   355/113

 

 

 

and for the volume:

               pi-volume-formule

 

 

 

 

 Oké, nice try?

   

 

                 The perfect spere - The perfect ball

 

 

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