#### General Forum

1.  sonhouse
Fast and Curious
30 Oct '05 02:36
Anyone out in the forest lately see anything that could be like
the Bigfoot legend? I used to live in Alaska and the only thing
I saw was hair/fur on a tree which turned out to be a moose
rubbing its sides. Just curious.
2. 30 Oct '05 02:39
Originally posted by sonhouse
Anyone out in the forest lately see anything that could be like
the Bigfoot legend? I used to live in Alaska and the only thing
I saw was hair/fur on a tree which turned out to be a moose
rubbing its sides. Just curious.
My friends and i went out one night and witnessed the "Belawbees"

We were pretty drunk . . .
3.  mikelom
Ajarn
30 Oct '05 02:42
Originally posted by sonhouse
Anyone out in the forest lately see anything that could be like
the Bigfoot legend? I used to live in Alaska and the only thing
I saw was hair/fur on a tree which turned out to be a moose
rubbing its sides. Just curious.
I need some help. I read your profile. I did some maths.
But I get stuck.
I got to 3.141592653589796238462643383279 then I get stuck on the next digit. Any ideas?
4. 30 Oct '05 02:45
There's supposed to be a few big cats [not the pussy type] roaming around on the loose here. [UK] Apparently there's a big black puma hereabouts where I am, [just up a bit from Yorkshire] aint seen it yet though.
5.  sonhouse
Fast and Curious
30 Oct '05 02:48 / 1 edit
Originally posted by mikelom
I need some help. I read your profile. I did some maths.
But I get stuck.
I got to 3.141592653589796238462643383279 then I get stuck on the next digit. Any ideas?
This somehow has something to do with Yeti? You like my motto?
If Pi were = 2, this sentence would not be possible?
My best guess is it would be a number between 0 and 9.
6. 30 Oct '05 02:50 / 1 edit
Originally posted by mikelom
I need some help. I read your profile. I did some maths.
But I get stuck.
I got to 3.141592653589796238462643383279 then I get stuck on the next digit. Any ideas?
next digit is 5

3.141592653589796238462643383279 is wrong, it's

3.14159265358979(3)238462643383279
7.  mikelom
Ajarn
30 Oct '05 02:52
Originally posted by Whats goin on eh
next digit is 5

[b]3.141592653589796238462643383279
is wrong, it's

3.14159265358979(3)238462643383279[/b]
Sorry miss-type. What's the next?
8.  sonhouse
Fast and Curious
30 Oct '05 02:52
Originally posted by Whats goin on eh
next digit is 5

[b]3.141592653589796238462643383279
is wrong, it's

3.14159265358979(3)238462643383279[/b]
I didn't want to be the one to tell him.....
9.  Ringtailhunter
Track drifter ®
30 Oct '05 02:53
All that I have seen during my hunts late at night are pixie fires. I hunt from about 11pm - 3am running dogs. I hunt in a very secluded area about 10 miles outside of a town up north all by my lonesome.

Stranges thing, you can hear jingling and see a fire from a long distance, but it goes out when you aproach only to pop up somewhere else.

RTh
10.  sonhouse
Fast and Curious
30 Oct '05 02:53
Originally posted by sonhouse
I didn't want to be the one to tell him.....
There is a formula for that you know, plug in the place number
and Boing out pops the next number. Google it out.
11.  sonhouse
Fast and Curious
30 Oct '05 02:55
Originally posted by Ringtailhunter
All that I have seen during my hunts late at night are pixie fires. I hunt from about 11pm - 3am running dogs. I hunt in a very secluded area about 10 miles outside of a town up north all by my lonesome.

Stranges thing, you can hear jingling and see a fire from a long distance, but it goes out when you aproach only to pop up somewhere else.

RTh
Hmm, sure you aren't looking at fireflies?
It also may be in direct proportion to how many sacred cactii you
consumed.
12.  Ringtailhunter
Track drifter ®
30 Oct '05 02:58
Originally posted by sonhouse
Hmm, sure you aren't looking at fireflies?
It also may be in direct proportion to how many sacred cactii you
consumed.
Hmmm, the cactii up here have four legs and we call them porcupines...and if yer gonna eat em you better have a really long knife and fork, and fireflies don't come out too much when it's winter in Minnesota.

RTh
13. 30 Oct '05 03:03
Originally posted by sonhouse
There is a formula for that you know, plug in the place number
and Boing out pops the next number. Google it out.
yeah but the most advanced super-computers are on this formula and it takes years to get a new number. For every decimal place they discover, the next one usually takes longer to discover. The formula is a big as the number itself

But back to the topic of this thread, if we see a yeti in Canada, it is probably the Himalayan's cousin. We'll let you know if that is the case
14. 30 Oct '05 03:06
Originally posted by mikelom
Sorry miss-type. What's the next?
I can get pi to 1 million decimal places if anyone's interested. Heck of a long post it would be that's for sure.
15.  mikelom
Ajarn
30 Oct '05 03:11
Originally posted by Whats goin on eh
I can get pi to 1 million decimal places if anyone's interested. Heck of a long post it would be that's for sure.
I am.