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.
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....
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
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
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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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