The importance of Pi in the cyclic connection between our Sun and the Earth

Published: 13 December 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nm4zgkbwkr.1
Kersten Wöhrle


Humanity has always been concerned with the creation of the world. At its core, it is always about the question of how an ordered temporal world emerged from a timeless disorder, or rather from the One. Numerous philosophical and religious creation myths already tell us that the world must have had a beginning. Since the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation in 1964, there has been a consensus in modern research that the world must have been created by the Big Bang (Big Bang model). A mathematical footprint must therefore exist for the ordered temporal world that has emerged as a result and thus also for the conditions of life on earth, especially since natural science today is firmly convinced that the book of nature is written in the language of mathematics. The historical background briefly summarized above was the basis for dealing with this topic. The following questions in particular should be examined: • Is there a mathematical order to the correlation between the Earth and the Sun? • And is this mathematical order possibly the explanation for life on earth? • Do the associated cycles have an influence on our thoughts and actions? In this context, this article describes the importance of the natural constant Pi for the cyclical relationship between our sun and the Earth.



Mathematics, Astrophysics, Financial Economics