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(Why am I publishing this comic, rather than the many other fine specimens available at xkcd.com? Because this one is narrow enough for blogger to display normally.)

## Friday, March 5, 2010

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That's, um..

ReplyDeleteThis one is even better, but it blogger wouldn't display it well.

ReplyDeletehttp://xkcd.com/704/

The symbols "P^~P" mean "Proposition P is true and it is not the case the Proposition P is true."

ReplyDeleteAh! And how could I forget this beauty!

ReplyDeletehttp://xkcd.com/703/

If only I fully got the math one...

ReplyDelete(and no, I don't want tutoring thank you very much)

The hilarious tautology one was very funny.

Basically, it's this very annoying conjecture which hasn't been proven or disproven.

ReplyDeleteThe author states the hypotheses of this conjecture, but instead of concluding "...if you repeat this procedure long enough you'll eventually get to one," he concludes "...eventually your friends stop calling you...."

*chuckle.

ReplyDeletePerhaps you could make it your life's mission to prove or disprove it?

ReplyDeleteI'm not into number theory.

ReplyDeleteThis is hilarious!

ReplyDeleteIncompleteness theorem.

ReplyDeletebochur: glad you like it

ReplyDeletebtw when u rest the mouse on it it says "The Strong Collatz Conjecture states that this holds for any set of obsessively-hand-applied rules"

ReplyDeleteAll the xkcd comics have those little comments hidden in them. If you enjoyed this one, you should check out the other comics available at xkcd.com

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