Shared October 22, 2014
A million digits of Pi on one piece of paper (1.05 miles).
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Film by Brady Haran
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Presenter: Matt Parker
Music: Alan Stewart
Extra cameras: James Hennessy and Ed Fielden.
Runway unrolling crew: Hugh McPartlan, Jon Kenny, Sue McPartlan, Pete McPartlan, Dave Pentelow, Scott Pentelow, Josh Pentelow, Jacob Bateson and CGP Grey.
Paper courtesy of Millingtons.
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