# Fun:Phli

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Phli is a universal constant discovered by the acclaimed mathematician Andrew Schlafly. It is defined as the probability of the correlation between an individual's stance on classroom prayers and views on other socio-economic-religious issues. Although phli has little use in pure mathematics, it is of vital importance in refuting dissenting points of view.

Secular, atheist mathematicians have postulated that phli is a doubly irrational number and can be explicitly calculated as: $\frac{\pi}{2 \times \phi}$ or 0.97080551936273328867343281498173...
However, creationists maintain that the biblical value of 0.95 (or 95%) defined in the Book of Numbers is the correct and exact value and is therefore perfectly rational (95/100).

On the other hand, this may be a ground breaking mathematical discovery, extending the base of imaginary, rational, and irrational numbers to describe a new number-theory set: psychotic numbers.

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