Well apprently some stargate fan worked out March 14th is also Asgard day

March 14 is traditionally celebrated as Pi Day by mathematicians, math teachers and math classes… since Pi is approx 3.14

In the episode of SG-1, Thor’s Chariot, where Daniel met the Asgard for the first time, he deemed himself worthy by, in effect, representing Pi on the wall…

on the wall with the shapes, Daniel drew a radius in the circle…

Pi = Circumference / diameter
Pi = Circumference / (2xRadius)

Pi is one of the most important and significant numbers in mathematics… so much so that its calculation spread across every major civilization of Antiquity from Egypt to Babylon to India to the Hebrews to Archimedes in Ancient Greece…

And since Daniel drew the radius inside the circle, he was in effect visually representing Pi
Since the circumference was already shown, by adding the radius, he depicted the number Pi as a relation of the circumference and radius of a circle…
As Carter said: “Pi is the formula for finding the circumference of a circle by measuring the radius.”
technically, Pi is not a formula, but a mathematical constant as already stated above.

and if I am not mistaken, regarding the runes on the wall, Daniel translated them as 3 14 15 and 9 or 3.14159

Ergo, I do declare, that hereforth March 14 shall be celebrated by all Gateheads as Asgard Day… ”

Stargate: Continuum news

NEW! March 11 – “In Continuum I particularly like the scene where the team comes through the gate and realizes they are in a frozen ship in the Arctic. I think that — without giving away too many spoilers, that’s at the beginning of the movie — it was the jumping-off point that Brad used to come up with the whole story.”
(Executive producer Robert C. Cooper, in a fan Q&A video at

  • NEW! March 11 – Continuum is done. It was shot at the same time and then delayed in its post-production until ‘Ark’ was finished, and Brad’s [writer and producer Brad Wright] finished it off, now. … I know it will be coming out at the end of July to coincide with Comic-Con.

    “… [The Goa’uld] are a big part of Continuum. That’s why I say nothing is ever dead. People said, ‘Oh, the Goa’uld were done and the Ori were in season nine,’ but there were a number of stories involving the Goa’uld in Seasons Nine and Ten. Baal was still a significant factor in terms of being a villain in the show, and I think we kept them alive and used what was interesting about them. That plays a huge part in Continuum, which is a bit more of an old school SG-1 story.”
    (Executive producer Robert C. Cooper, in an interview with