Here’s looking at Euclid

Sunday, 26 June 2005 — 7:53pm | Casablanca, Film, Insights, Mathematics

Let P = the set of all problems; Tn = the set of properties belonging to n little people; W = this crazy world.

Blaine’s Theorem: ∀x: xPT3, ∃ a hill of beans hW such that Σx < h.

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