Atheists: What do you think of Euler's God Equation?

The great Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler discovered the identity e ^ iπ +1 =0. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler%27s_identity which is: e ^ iπ = -1 Square both sides: e ^ i2π = 1 Thus, the "simple" and most fundamental of all numbers is incredibly complex, made up of irrational,... show more The great Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler
discovered the identity e ^ iπ +1 =0.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler%27s_identity

which is: e ^ iπ = -1

Square both sides: e ^ i2π = 1

Thus, the "simple" and most fundamental of
all numbers is incredibly complex, made up
of irrational, transcendent constants that
extend to infinity.

As mathematician Ben Peirce remarked:

"It is absolutely paradoxical; we cannot understand it,
and we don't know what it means, but we have proved
it, and therefore we know it must be the truth."

The number "One" is what both Plato and
Plotinus called God. Muslims also refer
to Allah as "Al-Ahad" or the "Uniquely One".

The Bible says" And God created man in his
own image."

Indeed: Humans have ≈ e ^ π ( ie 23) pairs
( see the "2" in the God equation) of homologous
chromosomes.

In the face of such evidence, is the Atheist position
still tenable?

Is it now time to recant and renounce your ignorance?
Update: edit: The reason that e^pi is not exact is because humans are imperfect compared to God.
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