Beach Day by Rodger Bliss
December 2019
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7 guesses to Celestial Sprites Elucidate

  • Crabman

    I remember, so long ago, we used this mnemonic to memorize the value of a certain transcendental number. Hint: write down the number of letters in each word. Frankly I found the numbers easier to remember that this phrase.

  • Jasmine

    We used to memorise pi with “How I wish I could caluculate pi”. It didn’t go very far into the number, but it still helped.

  • brent

    The one I had heard before is even shorter than that Jasmine.
    “Yes. I know a number”

  • Crabman

    Still my favourite from Third Rock from the Sun:

    In a cheering tempo:

    Sin! Sin! Cosine Sin!
    Three point one four one five nine!

  • Jasmine, you are today’s winner!
    The number PI, the digits of which are illustrated by the length of each word in the riddle.

  • Fulgour

    3.14159265359

    aka Pi