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|Quote (DiEb @ Jan. 01 2014,07:40)|
|I'm afraid that it isn't proven yet that pi is a normal number (though most mathematicians would bet that it is one...) At the moment we cannot say that each finite number can be found in the decimal representation of pi - but every short string of numbers (birthdates, etc.) has been found :-)|
I'm not sure that full normality is required. Only base 10 needs to be looked at, and even then, equal proportions of each digit are not required. If, for example, '1' occurred at twice the frequency of any other digit, then all the specified strings would still appear somewhere in Pi. You might just have to search further to find them.
The ultimate truth is that there is no ultimate truth.