I came across the following image:

Which states:

π Pi

Pi is an infinite, nonrepeating (sic) decimal – meaning that

every possible number combination exists somewhere in pi. Converted

into ASCII text, somewhere in that infinite string of digits is the

name of every person you will ever love, the date, time and manner

of your death, and the answers to all the great questions of

the universe.Is this true? Does it make any sense ?

**Answer**

It is not true that an infinite, non-repeating decimal must contain ‘every possible number combination’. The decimal 0.011000111100000111111… is an easy counterexample. However, if the decimal expansion of π contains every possible finite string of digits, which seems quite likely, then the rest of the statement is indeed correct. Of course, in that case it also contains numerical equivalents of every book that will **never** be written, among other things.

**Attribution***Source : Link , Question Author : Chani , Answer Author : Brian M. Scott*