If Pyramid Head is your new geometry teacher, you'd better choose "run" over the rise.
Hollywood may occasionally be good with fiction, but as soon as science enters the equation, it's a different story. That's why cinema big-wigs call in an expert like Jim Kakalios, who can actually do equations.
Kakalios might be solving some neat-o superhuman math, but the real question is, where did he get that tie?
In honor of Pi Day, mathemusician Vi Hart tackles the question of whether Shakespeare's plays are encoded in the digits of pi (and, more importantly, whether there's also a version where Hamlet is a dog).
Spoiler: it depends on whether pi is a normal number, which is really hard to prove. Especially in iambic pentameter.