Celebrating Pi Day (3/14) today? Well, at least one math nerd thinks you’re a total poseur.
“I don't know why anyone would make a fuss about the grand infinities and forevers of a boring little number like Pi...Pi is not special.”
This isn’t the first time Hart has railed against the celebration - she posted this video bashing the tradition in 2011.
Meanwhile, MIT will hold a less critical ode to the brainy festival, announcing accepted applicants to the class of 2018 and holding pie-positive events on-campus.
New students will learn their fate at precisely 6:28 p.m., as a nod to "Tau Time," a number twice the value of pi.
The holiday, a play on pi's first three digits, was first observed by San Francisco physicist Larry Shaw in 1988.