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  1. The number Pi is a constant embedded in the structure of the space in which we live. In order to change the number of Pi-you will have to make changes to the structure of the universe. God created this world, and He is Omnipotent, so He can basically do it… BUT WHY? God created the world PERFECT, and therefore Pi is also originally chosen as a kind of perfection. To change this constant is to reduce the level of perfection of the space.

  2. The number Pi is a constant equal to the ratio of the circumference to the diameter.
    If you imagine a huge circle drawn on the surface of the Earth and continue to understand the diameter as the length of the path along the surface of the Earth to the opposite point, then their ratio will no longer be Pi, but less. As the circumference increases, this ratio will gradually decrease, and if you take the equator as a circle and plot the only possible path through one of the poles, the ratio will be slightly more than two.
    That is, in non-Euclidean geometry, the only case where the ratio of the circumference to the path length to the opposite point is not equal to Pi, it is not a constant (in the limit of small circles, Pi remains, that is, it does not become another constant) and as such loses its practical value.
    If we consider that God(s) is a composite image of heroic ancestors who made great inventions/laws, such an impractical invention would hardly be recognized as a divine providence.

  3. Such a question calls into question the absoluteness of God, once the question is asked about the change, which means that Yuog made a mistake in something and did it wrong, and now, you see, you have to correct your God's flaws. But, this is nonsense.

    In an eternity, you can polish the entire technology of creation in such a way that you can already blindly, without looking, create everything absolutely correctly.

    There is no need to change Pi to God.

    First of all, there is no God in the universe, especially the one that humanity has invented in its own human image, with human features such as love, anger, kindness and mercy, and a bunch of other qualities that a person has: their cart and a small cart.

    There is no such God, and there never will be.

    And what is there, you can't talk about it!

    Secondly. The number Pi is a constant only in our physical three-dimensional world In other dimensions, its value is different. This secret has been revealed, but not completely, but it is already a world discovery. It is impossible to describe all this here. No offense taken.

  4. The equation has no solution. Can ” X ” change the number of PI?

    The result will depend on what will be substituted for “X”.

    Therefore, all reflections on this topic without the definition of ” X ” have the same meaning as dividing the skin of an unkilled bear.

  5. I think it can't, because God is just. This is due to the fact that Pi occupies only its proper place on the number line. The immediate neighbors of this number would not be happy with such arbitrariness, proposed by you.

  6. It seems to me that the answer to this question does not depend on the answer to the question whether there is a God. If the question is reformulated as “can the creator of this world change the number pi if he has consciousness and free will?”, then the answer is”can”. He's the creator. For example, three-dimensional space is a special case. We could live in peace in a five-dimensional world, project four-dimensional images inside the hypercubes of TV sets, and perceive this with our four-dimensional retinas… another thing is that yes – if you do not set the pi value at the beginning, as one of the world parameters (along with other Planck constants), but change it right now on the go – you will have to rebuild the entire project…

  7. The question itself reminds me of an old paradox-anecdote.

    If God is omnipotent, can God create a stone that God is not strong enough to lift?

  8. It is possible that the number PI is such, because it is a property of the first attention. For example, why do scientists believe that the radius of the universe is constantly increasing? Because it looks like this in the first attention. In fact, the radius of the universe is the same, but PI = 3.5, and the first attention perceives this only as the expansion of the universe, as if all the time it is impossible to catch up. Wherever the perception goes, the objects it perceives become further away than it assumes. Just as a black hole is not an object for the first attention precisely because of the properties of the first attention, and not because it is somehow different from everything else. All the secrets are in us, in our device. Maybe PI is the curvature of our awareness.

    If you look at the image of the galaxy obtained by scientists, you can see that it is similar to a human band, and the position of the sun in it is the same as the position of the human assemblage point (TC). All this indicates, on the one hand, the extreme anthropomorphism of the data obtained, and on the other, the structure of ourselves. If we take into account our anthropomorphism, we can have pure information about ourselves, which will give us information about the entire universe. This is called striving for objectivity, seeing the essence, or simply seeing. This indicates that our place in the galaxy is not the center, but simply a point tending to the center.

    Or take the “golden ratio” – it's like an approximation to PI/2, but adjusted for our brakes, for our limitations. The absolute cross-section will then be about 1.57, and the error of fixing TC = 0.05 (the difference between them).

    By the way, that the” golden number ” is 1/1. 618 = 0.618, and 1.618 squared = 2.618, if 0.618 is squared and divided by 1, it turns out 2.618, that is, 1.618 squared = 1/0.618 squared. 0.618 in a cube will be 0.236, and 2*0.618 will be 1.236. And so on. In general-not particularly mysterious.

  9. If God is the founder of the spiritual and physical world, then he is the founder of all physical laws, including what people have discovered and called the number Pi. If his laws and calculations are perfect, and people were able to count this number, and if of course it is true from the point of view of people, then even if God changes this number Pi, most likely something will change in the basis of his law, but it will also be perfect but different.

    “My hand hath founded the earth, and my right hand hath spread out the heavens: I will call upon them, and they shall stand together” (Isaiah 48: 13).

    “if You send forth your spirit, they will be built up, and You will renew the face of the earth” (Psalm 103: 30).

  10. Answer: Yes, it can, because He is the Creator. All the constants of our world are set by It, and the number Pi is one of the fundamental mathematical constants. Mathematical truths-fundamental axioms-are a different matter, much more complex than the most primitive argument about the stone, which shows all the limitations of atheistic thinking, all its falsity. See: fundamental axioms are logical consequences of the properties of God himself, they reflect the truth, the source of which is God, the Holy Spirit, The Spirit of Truth. O Heavenly King, Comforter, Soul of Truth..Logical truths are the consequences of the manifestation of God's attributes; they are, as it were, the natural result of creation. Thus, the fundamental mathematical truths are generalizations of various axioms, which are sources for proving theorems, which, in turn, determine all the physical laws that determine all the processes in the material world (in the spiritual world, the categories are completely different).�

    Purport One should not make unsubstantiated claims that God does not exist. This is a dogma of atheism, false and contrary to common sense.

  11. Yes, anyone can. Consider a metric in which the distance between two points is equal to max (x1 – x2, y1 – y2) (Chebyshev distance). The unit circle in this metric will have the shape of a unit square (for which one of the coordinates modulo 1 is equal). The perimeter will be 8 and the diameter 2. PI = 4, now officially.

  12. The statement “god can change the number pi” is correct. Since there is no God, it turns out that god is an element of an empty set, and all statements about elements of an empty set are correct by definition. Such cases.

  13. The question from the series is whether God can create a stone that he can't lift.

    If you just find it difficult to remember the number pi for calculations, make a tattoo on your arm. This will always come in handy.

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