Phi-Brain - Puzzle of God (TV)

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Trivia:

Some of the characters have names that have a special meaning; Ana Gram is of course from the word anagram as in reversing or randomizing the letters in a word.

Another person with a special name is Sakanoue Gammon. The first time we meet Gammon he's shouting from the roof one word, which he later uses excessevily; this word is Baka(idiot). Baka Gammon i.e. backgammon which is a game played using logic.

Some ignorant people usually calls this anime pi brain, as in pi the greek letter which is used for several geometrical calculations; it's used in the calculations of an area of a circle. However this is of course incorrect. The correct pronunciation is phi (sounds like fi) which is used to represent the golden ratio (approx. 1.618033...).

In episode 4, Daimon Kaito and his friends mets a "girl" named Ana Gram, with the title da Vinci. It is later reveiled that Ana is a boy. This is a homage to da Vinci's Mona Lisa; which is said to have had a male model.

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