Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Happy Pi Day!

Today, 3.14, is Pi Day. In the past, I have discussed the significance of Pi in Tanach and in the writings of Rambam. Today, I would like to present a picture of Cuddles, our largest snake at The Biblical Museum of Natural History, who is now almost exactly 3.14 meters long. He is a pi-thon!

2 comments:

  1. HAHAHA! I held that snake (at least part of him).

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  2. Is that Rabbi Adlerstein and his grandkids?

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