"The weight of evidence for an extraordinary claim must be proportioned to its strangeness." Laplace


The Evidence for Pi



The following 'cosmic' triangles have a symmetry such that .






To help us visualise the mathematical symmetry of various numbers we assign a ifferent colour circle to each side of the triangle.





The following is always true.





If we compare the following two images, we can see that they look identical. But the numbers show a different story.








As we can see, one of the numbers has the following 'cosmic' symmetry. In fact it is the ONLY number/angle that has this symmetry.






We can see that pi does not have this symmetry. Should pi have this 'cosmic' symmetry?







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The Proof of Pi



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The Cosmic Triangles



We can link these tringales with the 'cosmic' identity.









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