Mathematical Vaudeville isn't dead! It's just reached its limit!
Theoretically, of course.
Just remember, if you want to get to Carnegie Hall, you won't get there in theory!
Mathematical Vaudeville isn't dead! It's just reached its limit!
Theoretically, of course.
Just remember, if you want to get to Carnegie Hall, you won't get there in theory!
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Old MacEuler had a complex vector
e-i-e-i-pi
And to this vector he added 1
e-i-e-i-pi
With a 0-0 here and a 0-0 there
Here a 0, there a 0, everywhere that’s locally analytic a 0-0
Old MacEuler had a complex vector
e-i-e-i-pi
And from this he had a proof
e-i-e-i-pi
With a [voice of Alanis Morissette goes here]
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