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When Gauss plays Ehrenfeucht-Fra´ssÚ game, he always wins.
Submitted January 02 -- in Mathematics -- by FedeCapo
The actual statement of Godel's incompleteness theorem is that every consistent system cannot prove the existence of Gauss ,and it directly implies the version we know nowadays.
Submitted February 18 -- in Mathematics -- by Vin
Gauss can create a sequence with two distinct limits
Submitted December 04 -- in Mathematics -- by skycao
Gauss, only using three sticks whose lenghts are a, b, c, can build a triangle even if a + b < c
Submitted November 19 -- in Mathematics -- by ilCapo
Cayley's theorem is true because Gauss had only created permutation groups.
Submitted November 12 -- in Mathematics -- by ilCapo
All your theorems are belong to Gauss.
Submitted January 21 -- in Mathematics -- by Y. N.
At night, theorems sit around the campfire and tell stories about Gauss .
Submitted September 30 -- in Mathematics -- by Y. N.
When Gauss was cremated, he rebuilt himself into two copies of himself using the Banach-Tarski theorem
Submitted November 07 -- in Mathematics -- by qwerty
Gauss had a theory of arithmetic that was consistent and complete. Also, he proved the incompleteness theorems. When God uttered "But ... isn't there a contradic-" Gauss disproved his existence.
Submitted March 30 -- in Mathematics -- by Chef
The most precise statement of the well-ordering theorem is: Gauss has bothered to well-order every set. Since we do not know if he has, it is undecidable.
Submitted October 02 -- in Mathematics -- by Chef
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