As much as we all love

*pie*, drop the “e” and you will have the love of math geeks near and far. What is Pi? Pi or is used when calculating the math for round shapes and paths. Paths like NASCAR tracks and electron orbits. Electrons are used to generate nuclear power at places like Ohio’s Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station.

__Loconeal P__ublishing author,

__PJ Grondin__, used his behind-the-scenes knowledge of Davis-Besse to write his suspense novel,

**.***A Lifetime of Terror*Pi Day comes every year, but this year is different. “It will be the Pi Day of the Century, a Pi Day so rare it won't happen again until 2115. That's because the first 10 digits of the infinite series of digits that make up pi looks like this, when written in date and time form:

**3.14.15 9:26:53**. That's March 14, 2015, at 9:26:53 a.m.”* (Non-purists, can celebrate again that night.)

This year’s Pi Day is also special for

__Loconeal Publishing__. We will be celebrating at

__Cleveland ConCoction 2015__. Stop by and visit with

__Loconeal__authors:

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__PJ Grondin__**,**

__Sandra Gurvis__**,**

__Addie J King__**,**

__Anne Marie Lutz__**, &**

__Christine Benedict__

__James O. Barnes__**.**

__For more information on Pi Day check out the following websites__:

***Pi Day of the Century: Why math geeks will really, really love March 14, 2015**. By Glenn Coin | gcoin@syracuse.com

__http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2015/02/pi_day_of_the_century_why_math_geeks_will_love_march_14_2015_more_than_usual.html__

Pi Day.

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