The Math Nerds get major points for this one. Not normally noted as a group that seeks out social interaction, they have come up with a tasty carrot to lure out the shy techies that normally are not so community oriented.
Tonight I am attending a Pi Party. I am in Brussels right now, so will indulge in dipping into my culinary recipe file and do a sweet tart and also a savory torte. Will post the recipes’s link and a pictures guaranteed to induce copious saliva production!
Pi day is celebrated on March 14th… 3.14 get it?
Pi Day was first officially celebrated on a large scale in 1988 at the San Francisco Exploratorium. Since then, Pi Day has been celebrated by millions of students and math-lovers. The holiday is celebrated on 14th March, since 3, 1, and 4 are the three most significant digits in the decimal form of pi.
If you’d like to learn how to celebrate pi in due fashion, read on and it will be as easy as pi.Do a pi mile run. Run 3.14 miles, which is just a tiny bit longer than a 5K. This part is extremely beneficial if you have eaten too much of the above mentioned PIE party.
You can take this a step further by organizing a pi mile run with friends or colleagues.Lay down in pi formation and take a picture. If you’re bold, have two people standing up while holding up a third person who is laying sideways in between them. Make sure the lightest person is on top.
here is a link for recipe. Bon Appetite!by