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Happy Tau Day!

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Happy Tau Day, my Hordeling.

Many people know the mathematical concept of pi, which is the radius r of a circle squared. It is usually represented by the number 3.14159 and whole lot more numbers going on into infinity without repeating. It is celebrated every March 14 because 3.14.

Now there is a lesser known mathematical concept called tau, which is the circumference of a circle C divided by the radius r. It is usually represented by the number 6.28 and is celebrated every June 28 because, you guessed it, 6.28.

We can thank physicist and entrepreneur Michael Hartl for getting more people interested in Tau Day when he published the Tau Manifesto.

Here’s a short video of him explaining things:

If you’d like to support my efforts, why not buy me a chocolate chip cookie through my Ko-Fi page?

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