What if the most important number in the world is
not 3.14, but is actually 6.28?

The Tau Maifesto dedicated to one of the most important numbers in mathematics, perhaps *the* most important: the *circle constant* relating the circumference of a circle to its linear dimension. For millennia, the circle has been considered the most perfect of shapes, and the circle constant captures the geometry of the circle in a single number. Of course, the traditional choice for the circle constant is *π*—but, as mathematician Bob Palais notes in his delightful article “*π* Is Wrong!”. It’s time to set things right.

Don’t take my word for it. Look up TauDay.com

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