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July 5th, 2017, 11:34 AM   #31
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Rational or irrational

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Ah! Mystic BS. That'll convince every rational person. One wonders why the creationists haven't tried that approach.
According to my theory, there are infinite values of the ratio C: D
They are between 3.1416 and 3.164
They are rational or irrational
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Logically, equality can not be proved
So you don't understand logic either.
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Prove that 1 = 1

Prove that 1 = 1
Prove that in a perfect square, the two diagonals are equal in length
Perfect equality is decided, and after that we wait for refutation.
If there is no refutation, the decision is valid.
That's how they decided 2000 years ago that in each circle there is a single ratio.
This decision is valid until the time when the measurement will refute it.

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Perfect equality is decided, and after that we wait for refutation.

That's how they decided 2000 years ago that in each circle there is a single ratio.
No. Neither of those statements are true. A circle has a strict definition from which we deduce the existence of a constant $\pi$.

Measurement has nothing whatever to do with it.
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