3.14 - The layman's version of Pi, the never ending mathematical number used to compute the circumference of a circle. Sometimes written as "π" and is an approximation because its decimal representation never ends and never repeats. Today is International Pi Day, dubbed so because of the date 3.14.

However, among the millions of scientists and scholars who have attempted to explain, solve and pontificate the abstract number, none have struck me as more interesting than this guy: The Numberphile.

He's loaded up a video on his YouTube Channel, that doesn't attempt to explain it, but give relevance to it. He's assigned a note to each number and let the never-ending enigma make it's own music. Enjoy and carve yourself your own piece of the π.