Feynman π Point

The Feynman point occurs at the 762nd decimal of π, displaying six consecutive nines (999999). Named after physicist Richard Feynman, he humorously shared, “I once memorized 380 digits of π as a high-school kid. My ambitious goal was the 762nd decimal, where it goes ‘999999.’ I’d recite it, reach those six 9’s, and cheekily say, ‘and so on!’ implying π is rational (which it is not).