PI number contains an infinite number of 123 digit sequence, also it contains an infinite number of 12345678 digit sequence ans so on. One can take such sequence of 10^10000000 digits and the PI will contain an infinite number of this sequence too.
OK, we don't know a disjunctive sequence PI is or not, it doesn't matter. The most important thing that PI data are not repeated, so they're some sort of randomness.
Let’s name some sequence of 1's and 0's as structure. By mutating digits in a structure, one can produce an infinite number of variations of the structure and all of them
will can be in the PI in the same way as the original structure. Moreover, some structure may contain substructures interfering with each other by some laws. Next, if some substructure has a memory reflecting some sequences of mutations and if it’s smart enough to understand the laws, it can predict the future with some probability and look into the past with some depth. The only thing it cannot do is to dive into its structure deeper than somewhat level and to overcome the bounds of the consisting structure because it will see nothing the truly randomness as an unprincipled sequence. As far as the memory of a structure has limits, it reflects the world states like a hash function allowing to interpret multiple mutated states of a structure as one state. The time in such world is connected with consisting laws and memory of smart structures. Without the laws the structure can’t imagine anything because these laws form this structure per se. As far as the laws are too complex to understand and they can go wrong with progressing of observer, the “mutatis mutandis” principle can be used to fit the mind into the just expanded universe. The worlds could be of many kinds. For example a world could be a structure consisting of all states of all substructures or a structure consisting of some state of all substructures. The last one obligates the substructures to move through time by imagining the next snapshot of the world’s structure and – thanks only to this – by moving automatically into an alternative substructure close enough to be the subsequent history of the given substructure. These transitions remain in the memory of the substructures and form the life. So, PI number contains an infinite number of such worlds since PI number contains an infinite number of random bits. So, the PI can contain such sequences and since it has infinite amount of data, their variations (mutations) could form our world.
As far as my question gathers many dislikes, I want to be clear:
- My goal is not to discuss a numeric property of PI itself because of Duhem–Quine thesis: if you don't convinced about a structure 01011110011111...111011 we could use 01011110011111...111101
- I understand that any kind of thinking of "sequence" involves many troubles because of any form of a subjective prospective. I intend to talk about "consisting", not "ordering": a sequence consists of memory & mind: our bodies consist of DNA sequences reflecting previous states (lossy encoding), a finite number of neurons (lossy encoding too). We can't track all changes or possibilities of states because of these limits: so, many worlds could be mapped into our consciousness as the same image.
Also, please remember that this is a question about possibility. If you don't like it, please simply ignore it. If you consider this question bad, let's close it.