Proof of Pi
The Search for Pi
Recently I have been playing around with this cosmic identity and the mathematics that come out of it.
This cosmic mathematics is found in the vesica piscis and can be seen here.
Exploring the vesica piscis (mandorla) in more detail, we find these interesting triangles, and the amazing relationship between them.
The symmetry of this relationship means , which we use below.
The Angles of Pi
We can link the cosmic identity with pythagoras theorem to get the following red cosmic triangle, substituting x = (4/π) and 1/x = (π/4).
Then we can use this cosmic triangle in the vesica piscis. As shown below.
This shows that the following cosmic triangles.
8/π = (4/π+π/4) + (4/π-π/4) and π/2 = (4/π+π/4) - (4/π-π/4)
The search for proof
I post all of my proof attempts on the website (math.stackexchange), this allows over 10,000 mathematicians from all over the world to critique my work. See below:
3rd try : coming soon
2nd try (May 16th 2018) :
Is this a valid mathematical proof for pi?
1st try (Feb 18th 2018) :
Is this a valid mathematical proof?
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