Saturday, September 25, 2010

Exploring Faith and Math

I am starting a new series exploring faith and mathematics. Many scientist write about the ties they see between religion and mathematics including Carl Sagan, John C. Polkinghorne (my favorite) and many more.

My series is based on transcendental numbers and scientific constants. Hopefully they are a thought-provoking look at your own faith, whether you believe in God, science, or both.

This image is called "the transcendental nature of prayer". None of the 5 trillion digits of pi calculated to date repeat. Can we quantify prayer?

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