National Pi Day

Jerry Welch, Commodity Insite!
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From Time.com: "March 14, 2018, is Pi Day thats pi, not pie and on Wednesday, Google marks the 30th anniversary of the math-inspired holiday with a special Doodle.

Pi, denoted by the Greek letter , has been part of human knowledge for millennia, but it wasnt until 1988 that physicist Larry Shaw organized what is now recognized as the first Pi Day celebration at the San Francisco Exploratorium science museum. Shaw chose March 14, or 3.14 the first three digits of pi as Pi Day. Shaw died last year, but Pi Day is still celebrated by lovers of mathematics around the world.

As we celebrate again in 2018, here are some Pi Day facts you should know."

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Forget about Pi Day facts.Every year when National Pi day rolls around I am reminded of what my math teacher said to me in high school when he began lecturing about the importanece of pi. I quickly jumped to my feet with my hand raised high, shaking in the air and said, "No, Mr. Pierce, pie are round. Cornbread are square." And just as quickly he said, "Mr. Welch, sit down. You are confused again."

Obviously I was confused. But I am certain about this. If the Allendale survey of projected new crop acres is correct, corn prices will, as I have forecast before, outperform all grains moving forward. Allendale is calling for the lowest corn acres in three years with soybean acres at a new, all time high.


I was confused about pi in the past but not confused about corn gaining on all other grains moving forward.

The time is 11:06 a.m. Chicago time.



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