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r/next********level – This man illustrates how the value of pie (3.142) was arrived at and he even explains how the area of a circle was derived, using nothing but Pizza pies. Amazing!
Neat, thx for sharing. He didn’t share with me, I’m still hungry.
BONUS: James Randi—A Report from the Paranormal Trenches (1992)
This classic lecture on skepticism was given by James Randi on March 22, 1992 at the inaugural session of the Distinguished Science Lecture Series hosted by Michael Shermer and presented by The Skeptics Society in California (1992–2015).
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