2/(pi) suggests that in a physical probability the state of the room reaches a singularity following a gap in space and time.
The square root of pi following to a breakdown over the gap in the same right out as sqrt(2/pi) denotes a zero point in which new results follow suit.
and form within fourier's a resulting pattern inward ofreaching special case relativity in quotient of 2/(pi), breaking these gaps into place.
the inverse (outward spiral) of 2/pi having been quotiented to, a ratio of 2/phi begins to simulate the pattern of spiraling gaps, and in the squareroot of 2/phi : sqrt(2/phi) begins to spiral outward in retracing its relativity under a fouriers sequencing.
4 cases of 2/pi in ratio of phi and square roots of each consist of a path group over spiraling gaps having formed a singularity and breaking in fouriers sequencing.
And form algorithms within the curvature of a timespace (in light) to adjust that algorithm to being indication of quantum-relativity, that along the number slide (of the algorithm repeating in decimal) differential splices of quantum/linear time frames of a singularity. The congruency adding to 1(being to a matrice of squareroots of 2/pi and/or 2/phi or standlone to the probability of 2/pi and/or 2/phi) 4 instances in algorithms that surface to the congruency of 1. And also Incongruency of a relative zero special case, in which the numbers are exampled to gaps of spirals in another repetitive matrice of algorithms. 6 instances of Singularity being traced to a pattern and their sequences breaking with fourier. Making a case for the probability that the ratio of 2/(pi) being wholly to 1 and a checking balance to 2/pi:2/pi:2/pi being a rato balance to any other ratio under fourier composing the Singularity quotient.
That T=d/r and is the algorithm of squareroot(1:2/pi:/2/phi:0) in which zero is a special relativity of 1 and being cancelled out for calculation purposes, set to a slide of the matrice repeating.
or something…i had it explained this isnt the answer because i dont want to relive the actual math i used.