We're pretty sure that you know that
the first three digits of Pi are 3.14, but do you know what comes next?
If you guessed 1, then bravo, but you are over 20,000 digits short of what
Daniel Paul Tammet has memorized Pi to.
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.
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
Daniel Paul Tammet
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