Patterns in digits of π, e & √2

I have known even sophisticated mathematicians to seek patterns in transcendental numbers. But radix 10 should have no special place in that quest. Here are the digits of π, e & √2 in radixes 2 thru 36. The precision is about 10–100. The alphabet provides digits of weight more than 9, as in common hexidecimal. Each radix in on a new line.

Here is the Algol 68 program that produced these values. I used this compiler.

π in base 2 has 332 bits: there are only 142 1's. The probability of as few as 142 1’s in 332 random bits is 0.0049 .
In e the ‘pattern’ 18281828459045 is suggestive.