Oklahoma City, Ok — Oklahoma state legislature narrowly passed a law on March 31, 2014, redefining pi, a mathematical constant currently being used in the secular industry. The bill to change the value of pi to exactly “three” (3) was introduced without fanfare by Daryl H Dolus (R, Slick), and rapidly gained support after a letter-writing campaign by members of the Christians for Biblical Science, a traditional Christian values group. Governor Mary Fallin was quoted as saying that she will sign it into law on Wednesday.

WTF!!!!!

Pi is a name given to the mathematical ratio of the “Circumference of a Circle” to the “Diameter”.

That means, for any circle, you can divide the circumference (the distance around the circle) by the diameter and always get exactly the same number. Also if you take the diameter X Pi is how you calculate the circumference.

So how can any educated person think this can be reduced to just the number “3″? Much less make that a law?

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