A theoretical concept for the functions and actions of Pi.There is nothing more difficult to understand than simplicity itself.Archimedes himself stated that there may be a more accurate value for Pi, but he was unable to calculate it given the math and technology of the time. This book does not attempt to resolve the value of Pi as a finite or infinite number, but more to offer a different perspective and mindset on the approach to its eventual resolution. In this book, I will attempt to explain in both layman’s terms, and terms understood by world physicists and mathematicians alike, where Pi starts and where Pi ends, without resolution, as a mathematical constant and irrational number.As I look around the world, I see no line behind me of those wishing to put forward a theory on Pi or what Archimedes may have known and speculated about. Except for the recently discovered Palimpsest, there has been little more to learn. In my fifty years of studying this apparently unresolvable number, I realized the answer was not to be found calculating Pi to extreme. The answer lies in plain sight for everyone to see. It expresses itself in many forms of life and matter, throughout both the realm of the very small and that of the very large. It is the only thing I have found which transcends all realms of energy, from the smallest things we can identify to the largest things we can and cannot see in space.