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134th Skeptic’s Circle @ Divisible By Pi

Posted by mattusmaximus on April 10, 2010

The latest installment of the biweekly Skeptic’s Circle is now online over at the Divisible By Pi blog. It’s an odd-sounding name for a blog, but the author – Richard – explains: All of the nicest angles are divisible by pi. If you’ve done any first year university maths subjects, this should make immediate sense to you — the rest of you, likely, are going to require a bit more convincing.

Nice.  In any case, it is a nice read, so go on and check it out…

Btw, the 135th Skeptic’s Circle is going to be hosted right here on April 22nd!  Watch this space! 🙂

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