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Quote (Bob O'H @ Dec. 31 2013,15:44)  Quote (JohnW @ Dec. 31 2013,12:58)  KF: Math is hard: Quote  10 kairosfocus December 31, 2013 at 7:45 am
PPS: Which of these is pi digits, which sky noise, which phone numbers (admittedly the local phone directory is a bit on the scanty side), and why does the pattern stand out so clearly at D and at E: A: 821051141354735739523 B: 733615329964125325790 C: 698312217625358227195 D: 123409876135791113151 E: 113581321345589146235 (Ans: C — sky, A – pi, B – phone, last 2 digits each of line codes.)

Quote  17 cantor December 31, 2013 at 10:45 am
Which of these is pi digits… Correct answer: A thru E are pi digits

linky 
Of course Cantor would know that.
(actually does anyone know a proof of Cantor's statement? It seems reasonable, but number theory isn't my area) 
I am not a number theorist either, but AFAIK, the general problem remains unsolved. See here: http://tinyurl.com/9oa3kjw....9oa3kjw
Only the first string of digits that KF posted occurs in the first 200 million digits of pi according to http://www.angio.net/pi....p....i....pi
