The U.S. Population = Pi

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From the U.S. Census Bureau:

Shortly after 2:29 p.m. EDT today, the U.S. population clock will reach a milestone that is very meaningful to mathematical statisticians: it will show there are 314,159,265 residents, or pi (3.14159265) times 100 million.

Pi is a mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.

“This is a once in many generations event…so go out and celebrate this American pi,” said Census Bureau Chief Demographer Howard Hogan.

The Census Bureau has a population clock here.

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  1. HABIBHASAN-An.American Storyteller on

    What is the accuracy of the Census Mr. Census! What the US Census needs to ” celebrating” is the Lack of Common Senses! What TRANSPIRES in Data Collection gets ignored ” under the Pretext” of being a Federal Agency! But! Poor Homeland Security gets busted by The Congress! The Inspector Generals had to take the Heat! And, by the Way… THERE IS MORE accuracy in The American Idol Voters than Our Census Bureau!

    If everything is fine The US Postal Service will not be Delivering Twice Welfare Payment Checks to Individuals in Monsey and Brooklyn, NY! …

    ACCORDING TO SOURCES There may be Individuals who are not only received Checks twice have also voted twice! Yes or No!

    Don’t be Found in London after Twenty Years! You know what I mean! WHO called The FBI to drop the Investigation Of The Working Families Party? …

    That’s how it works right! …

    HABIBHASAN-An American Storyteller.