Did... Did I just read a diss rap about pi?

Your method may or may not be valid for finding pi. I honestly have no idea. The point people are making is that the decimal value you claim as pi is not correct. It's already off at the third digit. We've known the approximate decimal value of pi for a long time (3.1415926535898... and that's all I can ever have been bothered to remember). There are rational approximations from four millenia ago that are closer than your proposed value.

On a side note, are you using a 128-bit calculator? Where do you even get one? Did you write it yourself?

I did all the math myself in a calc i found online

https://keisan.casio.com/calculator
I know it seems unbelievable, but that's why I came here.\

It works.

i started by looking at gears.

i was drawing pictures to try and cut the gears in half to have the same value in area outside the cut and inside.

i came to a 16th gear and made it sharp... i saw the area change to opposite when making the angle dull.

I made the angle the same as lakshmi...

and then i was like... whaaa?

"this seems to be equal overhang of this circle and this gear, but only at this angle... i cut the side of the star in half exactly, run a radius through it... bang, i can already see this is something

i go to the calculator on google and do it... i hate it

i find new calc, i do again, i check

i have picture for you tomorrow....