**We're pretty sure that you know that
the first three digits of Pi are 3.14, but do you know what comes next?**

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If you guessed 1, then bravo, but you are over 20,000 digits short of what
Daniel Paul Tammet has memorized Pi to.**

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Daniel Tammet has a knack for numbers, in fact he envisions them as pictures and
when memorizing the digits of Pi he sees a story play out.**

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On March 14, 2004 Daniel Tammet at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford,
UK spent 5 hours 9 minutes and 24 seconds reciting his story and when it came to
an end he had recited, from memory, the first 22,514 digits of Pi.**

**Counting the '3', but not counting the '.' as digits, the 22,514th digit of Pi
is 5.**

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Daniel Paul Tammet
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