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Theoretical PhysicsPiThe value of pi here is taken from ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/doc/misc/pi/', computed by Scott Hemphill. 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510 etc.
Before you click remember  it's a byte a digit!
The first 1000000 decimal places contain:
99959 0s,
99758 1s,
100026 2s,
100229 3s,
100230 4s,
100359 5s,
99548 6s,
99800 7s,
99985 8s and
100106 9s.
There's one '3' before the decimal point...
The millionth digit after the decimal point is a '1' and the next two hundred figures after that are: 3092756283 2084531584 6520010277 9723561292 3012605863 5360116492 0990258745 5521403969 7911534022 4158981324 5057229232 3321310453 9246998366 1127509161 3418779722 7187025774 4736124388 5140834659 3203124872 8192989830
And if you think any of that means anything you've got problems! 