View Full Version : Longest Domain Name i've Ever Seen!!
_Josh_ 07252006, 06:08 PM the Longest Domain i've ever seen lol!
i was goin thru n saw this
http://141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592.com/
:eek:
rpgfan3233 07252006, 06:51 PM Ah, the beginning of the fractional part of the constant pi. . .
So refreshing to see something mathematical here. :)
VIPStephan 07252006, 11:22 PM Hmm... that person could buy an additional subdomain called "3"  wouldn't that be fun? :D
By the way: How bored must a man be to find such a website? :p
KevinG 07262006, 12:07 AM think of his business card, actually it could be a she
My former roommate had close to 3000 digits of π memorized. One of my coworkers right now will recite a couple hundred on demand as well.
Hmm... that person could buy an additional subdomain called "3"  wouldn't that be fun? :D
By the way: How bored must a man be to find such a website? :p
you should have tried it:
http://3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592.com/
ronaldb66 07262006, 11:53 AM Is that one actually longer than the previously established longest domain name?
http://www.llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch.com/ (I didn't count... :rolleyes: )
Well, waddayaknow: it actually is. By one character! (Not a very convincing victory...)
For you nonbelievers:
http://www.llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch.com/
http://3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592.com/
VIPStephan 07262006, 12:30 PM you should have tried it:
http://3.141592653589793238462643383...974944592.com/
You're right, I should have... how stupid of me! :)
Is that one actually longer than the previously established longest domain name?
http://www.llanfairpwllgwyngyllgoger...ogogogoch.com/ (I didn't count... )
It might not be longer but I think it's certainly at least as hard to keep in mind as the first 63 numbers of pi. :p
ronaldb66 07262006, 04:02 PM ... unless you are fluid in Welsh, that is. :D
As5a5sIn5 07262006, 04:41 PM wait.. i thought this was the longest domain?
http://abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijk.com/ lol:thumbsup:
_Josh_ 07262006, 05:42 PM lmao!! ... omg ;) ....
Webgirl 07282006, 10:02 PM very funny indeed :)
How come my posts dont show  hey guys I dont know if I might be doing something wrong so I will be grateful of any hint in the right direction.
So long
ronniekyazze 08142006, 09:42 PM Wwwooow, Very funny....
KRILEE 08182006, 06:34 AM i had an argument about pi and fictitious numbers with someone the other day.
he was basically trying to tell me that since pi is not a real number, a circle doesnt exist....
i thought my head would explode.
rpgfan3233 08182006, 07:43 AM i had an argument about pi and fictitious numbers with someone the other day.
he was basically trying to tell me that since pi is not a real number, a circle doesnt exist....
Wow. That's worse than the discussion at the Classic QBasic.com Forums where we were trying to convert to base pi (it doesn't work). :D
Also, somebody with a reasonable head on shoulders pointed out in that discussion that a circle using measurements in base pi would look like a square.
kaydara 08182006, 11:04 AM nice to know one million of digits of the PI :P
Also, somebody with a reasonable head on shoulders pointed out in that discussion that a circle using measurements in base pi would look like a square.
No it wouldn't, that's just silly. A circle is simply the union of all vectors in R^2 such that x=r (where the norm is defined as (x,y)^2=x^2+y^2). Completely independent of any base representation.
Now, if you consider a different norm on R^2, such as (x,y)=max(x,y), then the statement x=r will look like a square (if overlayed on the standard coordinate axis).
As for using irrational and transcendental bases, it isn't unheard of, and apparently using the golden mean as a base generates some interesting properties (there is a nice Wikipedia article on it).
stridox 08192006, 08:33 PM the pie one doesn't work for me, cool though
elfpickle 09012006, 02:15 PM My former roommate had close to 3000 digits of π memorized. One of my coworkers right now will recite a couple hundred on demand as well.
dude that is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo gay!!!!!!
chilipie 09042006, 08:22 PM dude that is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo gay!!!!!!:rolleyes:
dude that is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo gay!!!!!!
Welcome to the 4th grade.
VIPStephan 09052006, 11:16 AM dude that is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo gay!!!!!!
Maybe he likes that it's gay and he's just showing his sympathy? :D
