Patterns in Transcendental Numbers: A Mile of Pi | Armstrong Economics

This is my immediate math research project that I have been trying to do it for 7 years now. My computer is set up with C programs and data. May sound boring but it is not for those who know time series. Absolutely fundamental and computational unless I can figure out a theory to explain the patterns. David Bailey at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is a high guru in the field who has a great website easy to find.

> John wrote:
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> http://www.armstrongeconomics.com/archives/41328
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> They printed out Pi and rolled it out for one mile showing that there are cycles of repeating sequences within Pi and that every number does not evenly appear.

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