Happy Pi Day! Try These Pies Inspired by Our Favorite Scientists
Every year, science geeks all over the world over bake up their favorite pie recipes for Pi Day. Here's our list, inspired by some of the scientists we love most.
On March 14 (or 3.14), science lovers honor one of the universe’s essential constants: pi. Typically written as 3.14 (it’s been calculated to more than 1 trillion digits!), it’s the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, and it’s found everywhere in nature. We, of course, celebrate the day by eating pie. Inspired by some of the world’s great scientists, we pulled together this collection of amazing pies for pi day. Enjoy!
Carl Sagan. For countless fans, the host of Cosmos: A Personal Voyage has jet-fueled a love affair with our universe.