Honor the mathematical phenomenon that is Pi.
Honoring π/Pi/3.14 on this day is the work of American physicist, Larry Shaw. He worked at the San Francisco Exploratorium for 33 years. As far back as 1988, Larry organized the first large-scale celebration of Pi Day at the Exploratorium and it gained so much momentum that on March 12th, 2009, The House of Representatives passed a resolution to recognize National Pi day. If there’s ever been a day to geek out on math it’s Pi Day. Equally, you could keep things light-hearted and get your baker’s hat on/eat as many pies as you can manage.
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