March 14 is known as “Pi Day” - you know, the 3.14 number that as far as anyone knows never ends. It is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Well, a whiz kid from Portland, OR memorized the first 400 digits of Pi, which have no discernible pattern.
Conrad Kallwick’s mom sent KATU News the video from Conrad's school’s “Pi Day” celebration.
Conrad Kallwick showed off his flawless memory by reciting the first 400 digits.
We double-checked his numbers. Conrad is right on the delivery, every time.