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Video: Hear the music in mathematical pi

It’s the brilliant Vi Hart, again. Can’t get enough of her. Quarter of a million viewers cannot be wrong.
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Lyrics: 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419­7169399375105820974944592307816406286208­99862803482534211

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Comments

  1. André Gustavo says:

    For me Kate Bush makes it a little more captivating
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3TsRNm7SKE

  2. Stephen says:

    It’s always interesting to me how, in a number (and alphabetical world), we interpret measurable things like pi or square roots resulting from diagonals in a square or rectangle as a series of numbers that “don’t come out even.” when we are staring at the very thing performing beautifully in geometrical space.
    I would love to see a musician tackle that one. Our visual space translated into an aural space.

  3. Roberto Gonzalez says:

    WOW… and I though John Coltrane was musical psychomasturbation…

    UGH

    Some people have NOTHING useful to accomplish…

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