Why is the current Pi wrong?
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Why is the current Pi wrong?

Fractal vision: Friends, those of you who know my proposition about the number Pi (the Cyclic Pi), also they know that this is slightly lower than the number Pi currently considered.
And this is due, in my opinion, to the fact that the Pi obtained by series and by the sum of sides of polygons inscribed in the circumference produces an increase in dimension, even if minimally, due to the circumstances and geometric changes that occur in said sums of parameters.
These changes, circumstances and explanation would be of two types:

1.- Fractal vision:
Fractally, if we measure and add the sides of a polygon inscribed in the circumference, we will have that each of the vertices of the polygon belongs to two consecutive sides at the same time, and therefore the same point will be added twice, and logically, the resulting sum will also be a little higher than the real one.
Therefore, the Pi currently used must be minimally greater than what actually corresponds to the true number Pi.
2.- Curved line to straight line transformation:
By change in the state of the curved line, which is the circumference, to a straight line, which is the sum of sides of polygons (and series).
When extending a curved line (semicircle) to form a straight line, all the points on the curved line have been separated from each other, so the resulting overall dimension must be slightly larger, even if only minimally.
And vice versa, if we curve a straight line and form a circle, then all its points have become closer to each other and therefore the dimension will be minimally smaller.  Thank you friends