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Pi stands for 3.14159265359 and of course it is not symmetrical or complete until used in the equation with radius added. Pi is a constant ratio, Pi is not a circle in a stand alone position.
the uncertainty principle in physics .......... is a reflection of pi itself,
a perfect circle has no symmetry
pi is infinitely uncertain
pi is infinitely complex and infinitely paradoxical...
pi is infinitely complex and infinitely paradoxical
That's why mathematicians enjoy their work so much!
... We should just remember that this is imaginative philosophy, not maths or science. Go for it “Force”, but don’t expect too much enthusiasm on a science forum. 
pi=perfectly incompleteeven a perfect circle has no symmetry: 3.14159265359... ∞the uncertainty principle in physics and godel’s incompleteness theorem in math is a reflection of pi itself, ...