Question Number 100744 by Dwaipayan Shikari last updated on 28/Jun/20

Happy tau day to all !!!    28 june

Commented byDwaipayan Shikari last updated on 28/Jun/20

For more information kindly search it on Google

Commented byRasheed.Sindhi last updated on 28/Jun/20

  Give information about tau day  please.

Commented byDwaipayan Shikari last updated on 28/Jun/20

τ☰ HOME THE TAU MANIFESTO STATE OF THE τ A PARABLE A τ -STIMONIAL 10 5 DIGITS OF τ LANGUAGES ENGLISH ESPAÑOL ITALIANO НА РУССКОМ ЯЗЫКЕ 简体中文 JOIN τ EMAIL LIST EBOOK / TEES  Buy Ebook and Videos  Get your own Tau Tee   Check out the State of the Tau 2020 update! No, really, pi is wrong… The Tau Manifesto by Michael Hartl Tau Day is an annual celebration of the circle constant τ=6.283185…, which takes place every June 28 (6/28 in the American calendar system). To learn more about what τ (tau) is and why it’s important, read The Tau Manifesto, or watch one of the tau videos below. To get all the latest updates on tau, read the State of the Tau update, and join the official tau email list.  Buy Ebook and Videos Buy the downloadable ebook versions of The Tau Manifesto in EPUB, MOBI, and PDF formats, along with downloadable versions of the Tau Talk videos!  Get your own Tau Tee Celebrate Tau Day in style with a Tau tee shirt, available only for a limited time from Teespring. Offered in both men’s sizes as well as fitted women’s. lorem Tau Videos  Original Tau Talk (long version)  Original Tau Talk (short version)  The Tau Manifesto | Talks at Google  What Tau Sounds Like  Pi Is (still) Wrong  Tau replaces Pi (Numberphile)  About the author Tau Day founder Michael Hartl is an educator, author, and entrepreneur. He is cofounder and principal author at Learn Enough and the Ruby on Rails Tutorial. Previously, he taught theoretical and computational physics at theCalifornia Institute of Technology (Caltech), where he received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching and served as Caltech’s editor for The Feynman Lectures on Physics. He is a graduate of Harvard College, has a Ph.D. in Physics from Caltech, and is an alumnus of theY Combinator entrepreneur program. Michael is ashamed to admit that he knows π to 50 decimal places—approximately 48 more than Matt Groening. To atone for this, he has memorized 52 decimal places of τ. τ τ MANIFESTO   STATE OF THE τ   10 5 DIGITS OF τ   A PARABLE   THE τ TALKS  Buy Ebook and Videos  Get your own Tau Tee JOIN THE MAILING LIST FOR NEWS AND UPDATES SUBSCRIBE  

Commented byjohn santu last updated on 28/Jun/20

τ ≠σ → tau day

Commented byDwaipayan Shikari last updated on 28/Jun/20

I have copied the hole page

Commented byDwaipayan Shikari last updated on 28/Jun/20

https://images.app.goo.gl/kKyuirRfrzgmQ6vU9

Commented byRasheed.Sindhi last updated on 28/Jun/20

τ isn′t used in calculation.Instead  π is used.(τ=2π) Why not pie day?

Commented byMJS last updated on 28/Jun/20

these people would like τ instead of π; would  make absolutely no difference; but it′s always  good to have something to complain about...  and of course, you can make money selling  merchandise  I hereby declare π and τ both are wrong  because we live on a sphere not on a flat  circle and thus we should not use any  circle constant but a sphere constant.  we should call it M after me of course and  it will make everything more clear because  from now on the volume of a sphere with  diameter d is  V=Md^3

Commented byKunal12588 last updated on 28/Jun/20

what if there is 4th dimension!

Commented byMJS last updated on 28/Jun/20

true... wait, the Church of M will ban everybody who claims there are more or less than 3 dimensions. these people will not be allowed to join the annual Apple Eating Day where we celebrate the 3 Holy Dimensions Length, Width and Height

Commented byRasheed.Sindhi last updated on 28/Jun/20

Which of the two(τ,π) was introduced  first?

Commented byMJS last updated on 28/Jun/20

π  the old greeks tried to find the perimeter of  a circle with given diameter which is πd

Commented byMJS last updated on 28/Jun/20

😂

Commented byRasheed.Sindhi last updated on 28/Jun/20

TH∀NKS  Sir!

Commented byKunal12588 last updated on 28/Jun/20

BTW, M=(π/6)

Commented byMJS last updated on 28/Jun/20

since Euler started to use ♮πε instead of ♮pε  it has been the standard  claiming τ=2π is ♮more naturalε or even  ♮betterε is like claiming ♮(√2)jε is the better  imaginary unit

Commented byRasheed.Sindhi last updated on 28/Jun/20

And now as M is more basic  (as sir mjs said)so we can say               π=6M