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    • Not necessarily true, it would need to be proven. Could be that it never happens.
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    • I found it on the million digits of pi page.
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    • There's two of those in the first million digits
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    • The string 6942069 occurs at position 25611645. This string occurs 21 times in the first 200M digits of Pi. counting from the first digit after the decimal point. The 3. is not counted.
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    • Being infinite does not guarantee that a certain pattern will generate infinitely, or possibly at all
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    • There are an infinite number of possible combinations. 69420 could appear 0 times in all of pi and it would be no less infinite
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    • Wow. So much pseudo knowledge here. Pi is irrational, meaning it has no repeated sequence. What that means is that, no matter how long you make a series of pi’s digits, you can never stick a bar over it and just say, “repeat that ad infinitum.” However, a finite series of digits can potentially....
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    • There are two (69420) numerical sequences within 100,000 of pies number.
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    • Wrong. 10100100010000100000...etc. is a number that could go on forever, but it never contains anything other than 1s and 0s, and still never repeats.
      Lilrs 7 aug
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    • Actually the interesting thing about pi is that it never has a repeating sequence. So it only has 69420 once.
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    • L0n3w01f 7 aug
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    • Pi would also contain patterns of zeros and ones that would, when converted from binary, describe every second of time and the future. And has the answers to every question ever asked or thought of
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    • You can also get the entire Bible written out in binary from π
      Saladaz 10 aug
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    • The string 69420 occurs at position 15773. This string occurs 2030 times in the first 200M digits of Pi counting from the first digit after the decimal point. The 3. is not counted
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    • Wait but i thought pi was an irrational number and that no digit sequence happens more than once
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    • 1/3 is .33333 infinitely. And it never has 69420. Don’t confuse infinite numbers with infinite combinations.
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    • It happens
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    • According to pi search page 69420 occurs first at 15773 and occurs 2030 times in the first 200 million digits
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    • Imagine being simple minded enough to believe that. 1/3 is an infinite number but it doesn't have 69420 even once. Pi could similarly never every have 69420 once simply because it's not a random number, it's a geometrical constant
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    • If pi has infinite digits then the cure for every disease is written in numeric form
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    • The definition of pi as an irrational number is that there are no repeating sequences, so theres only one 12345 and only one 69420
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    • 69420 occurs 2030 times within the first 200 million digits of pi
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    • Swaubs 7 aug
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    • This is actually incorrect (I think.) Yes, Pi is infinite, but the number sequence never repeats. Again, I’m not 100% sure about this. Like, 96% sure.
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    • All of the people in the comments who are suddenly math experts and are actually wrong
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    • Pie doesn’t repeat so this is incorrect ya lil shite
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    • 69420 occurs at the 15,773rd digit of pi and at the 29,694th digit. Surprisingly 42069 doesn't happen in the first million digits
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    • But isn't pi an irrational number? So doesn't that mean it would be impossible for it to repeat the same sequence of numbers?
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    • Nice
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    • Nice
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    • And 80085 does also
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    • If pi has infinite digits it's possible it contains a sequence of 1s and 0s represent the entirety of existence.
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    • Pi cannot have a zero right of the decimal point since it is infinite.
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    • Nice
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    • It wouldn't repeat because pi is not rational. A repeating decimal is rational.
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    • But pi doesn't repeat itself, so no
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    • Why can't yall mfers spell check your posts
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    • Top comment is true for all we know, it really isn’t 3.141519... and at some point it starts repeating. Just because it’s Infinite doesn’t mean it has it. Like 10/3 =3.33 infinite and doesn’t have other combinations
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    • Except there is no pattern in our so reappearing the same sequence would technically be considered a pattern right?
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    • There is also a 100% chance that the number in my pfn happens
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    • Quick lesson on infinity from a math major, infinity is a concept, it states that anything can happen, not that everything possible will happen
      Sincres 7 aug
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    • What about 666911 ?
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    • Not true, the patterns in pi never repeat
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    • Just looked it up, it occurs only twice in the first million digits
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    • Since it is irrational it would never happen twice because it can't respect any sequences
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    • 69420 appears 12 times in the first million decimals.
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    • Nice
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    • Actually the last part is false. Pi has an infinite set of digits with not a single repeating sequence.
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    • 33% or .33 repeating has infinite digits also. Infinite digits doesn't necessarily mean infinite possibilities.
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    • Pi also never repeats so
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    • Just because something is infinite doesn't mean it contains every possibility something can be infinite with only one variable changing between them.
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    • 33.3333 repeating has infinite numbers, that doesn't mean there's a 100% chance of 69420 being part of it
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    • Chance
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    • “100% change”
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    • The string 69420 occurs at position 15773. This string occurs 2030 times in the first 200M digits of Pi. counting from the first digit after the decimal point. The 3. is not counted.
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    • Chance*
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    • That means it will eventually have the exact perfect bee movie script in binary at some point
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    • That’s not how infinity works. Guess what? An infinite string of ones doesn’t have any cats.
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    • The string 69420 occurs at position 15773. This string occurs 2030 times in the first 200M digits of Pi.
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    • Not even remotely how that works.
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    • It also means every credit card number of every person ever exists in a row
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    • 999999 appears in pi a few hundred digits in. Just a fun fact I wanted to point out
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    • That second part can’t happen because then it wouldn’t be pi
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    • Technically speaking Pi is an infinite number with no repeating patterns. So this sequence would only be able to happen once.
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    • if pi is infinite, the code for skyrim is in there somewhere.
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    • It actually occurs twice in the first million digits. There's a website with the first million digits of pi, do control-f, type 69420, there you go.
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    • And the converse, 42069, is true as well
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    • Just because a set is infinite, doesn’t mean it contains an infinite amount of every set. Example: the decimal form of 1/3. It has a 0% chance of ever having, say, a 4.
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    • So there should be an infinite number of infinite 1's in a row?
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    • Just google pi searcher. It appears at the 15773rd digit and occurs 2030 times in the first 200 million
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    • 69420 is at 15,773 digits in
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    • What would the chances seriously be though? Like there’s a chance that it never comes up and there’s a chance that it does show up in an infinite sequence.
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    • The sequence 69420 happens 69420 times in a row
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    • 69420 appears in the first 15773 digits of pi according to my extensive 2 minute google search
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    • Well I mean, the decimal form of 1/3 has infinite digits but I am 100% certain that 69420 doesn't appear in it ever.
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    • I dont think the creator of this meme understands what pi's properties are
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    • It happens 9 times in the first million digits, trust me ive checked before on multiple occasions
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    • And eventually, their will be a sequence in which 42069 appears 911 times
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    • Nice
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    • Stop. I'm not asian
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    • Murphy’s law, if it can happen it will happen. That being said if the numbers are infinite, then there is a possibility of this happening so at some point during the infinite chain it will happen
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