At 12:39 PM 10/16/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Actually, it was 9. It was in the State of Ohio, where a pi quack tried to get
>his 'solution' to calculate pi written into law, by offering royalties on the
>same to the state. The matter was apparently referred to the Committee on
>and Wetlands, where it died in committee.
Indiana actually passed a law making pi = 3. It was later repealed. Some
"legislator" who had problems with high school math, supposedly.
There's a whole site devoted to stupid laws:
http://www.dumblaws.com/ Worth a few chuckles.
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