### Interesting finding about PI and scientific constants

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**Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:39 am**Dear all,

I explored the value of PI up to 10 million digits with the following link

http://pi.karmona.com/

From here I realized that it included many scientific constants. Below are some examples

• …1618033…

Where

1.618033 ~ golden ratio to be used in design, painting, and architecture etc.

• …271828…

Where

2.71828 ~ Euler’s number

(Both are from Source: http://mathworld.wolfram.com)

• …667408…

Where

6.67408 ~ constant of gravitation

• …8987…

Where 8.987 ~ Coulomb constant in electrostatic

• …885418…

Where 8.85418 ~ electric constant (Or Vacuum permittivity)

• …6626070…

Where 6.626070 ~ Planck constant

• …16021766…

Where 1.6021766 ~ elementary charge (Charge of electron)

• …9109383…

Where 9.109383 ~ electron mass

• …980665…

Where 9.80665 ~ acceleration of gravity

• …602214085…

Where 6.02214085 ~ Avogadro constant

• …1380648…

Where 1.380648 ~ Boltzmann constant

• …167262…

Where 1.67262 ~ Proton mass

(All are from source: http://physics.nist.gov)

And maybe there are more cases. I wonder this interesting finding is only accidental, or there is any implicit rule here.

Any feedback or discussion can be sent to theodorenghiem@yahoo.co.nz

It’s nice if you can share my article in social media for more opinions

Thinh Nghiem

I explored the value of PI up to 10 million digits with the following link

http://pi.karmona.com/

From here I realized that it included many scientific constants. Below are some examples

• …1618033…

Where

1.618033 ~ golden ratio to be used in design, painting, and architecture etc.

• …271828…

Where

2.71828 ~ Euler’s number

(Both are from Source: http://mathworld.wolfram.com)

• …667408…

Where

6.67408 ~ constant of gravitation

• …8987…

Where 8.987 ~ Coulomb constant in electrostatic

• …885418…

Where 8.85418 ~ electric constant (Or Vacuum permittivity)

• …6626070…

Where 6.626070 ~ Planck constant

• …16021766…

Where 1.6021766 ~ elementary charge (Charge of electron)

• …9109383…

Where 9.109383 ~ electron mass

• …980665…

Where 9.80665 ~ acceleration of gravity

• …602214085…

Where 6.02214085 ~ Avogadro constant

• …1380648…

Where 1.380648 ~ Boltzmann constant

• …167262…

Where 1.67262 ~ Proton mass

(All are from source: http://physics.nist.gov)

And maybe there are more cases. I wonder this interesting finding is only accidental, or there is any implicit rule here.

Any feedback or discussion can be sent to theodorenghiem@yahoo.co.nz

It’s nice if you can share my article in social media for more opinions

Thinh Nghiem