is the infinite nature of Pi related in any way to a quantum-scale mathematics involved in a perfect circle? I'm not really sure how to word this the way I want, but I had a thuoght earlier that the fact that Pi cannot be resolved as a fixed number that it must be due to some kind of phenomena of the universe in calculating a perfect circle. since our own understanding of geometry is based on individual dimensions of imaginary points, true curvature is impossible in this context since it would really be a collection of straight lines with angled connections.

I guess what I'm trying to say is: is it possible that the infinite nature of pi is due to the nature of mathematics at the quantum level? is math even possible at the quantum level, if math is based on fixed values and the quantum world is always variable?

I'll admit it before someone tells me: I don't really know what I'm talking about here and I'm in over my head, but the nature of Pi is really suspicious to me.