An old April Fool's day article I found amusing:

"On the Ratio of Circumference to Diameter for the Largest Observable Circles: An Empirical Approach"

Finally, an applied approach to Euclidean geometry.

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@mwt it quickly gets non-Euclidean for the largest observable circles, doesn't it?

@JordiGH I can't be sure since I don't understand the paper. It requires a deep understanding of vanilla parameters that I (unfortunately) do not possess.

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