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The flaw in Godel's impossibility theorem is that he forgot to account for the existence of Carl Gauss.


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Submitted October 15 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski

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If Gauss had published all his discoveries, there would be nothing left to prove.


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Submitted March 31 -- in Mathematics -- by abcdef

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Gauss didn't need to unify quantum mechanics and general relativity. He got the right theory from the start.


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Submitted April 01 -- in Physics -- by Emitc2h

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Before the Gaussian distribution was invented, every distribution was considered normal.


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Submitted November 21 -- in Statistics -- by Dean

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There are no theorems, just a list of propositions Gauss allows to be true.


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Submitted November 21 -- in Mathematics -- by Matt

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Gauss proved the Riemann Hypothesis... a few thousand years before it was developed.


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Submitted April 05 -- in Mathematics -- by tsukih

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Once Gauss made a mistake in a proof. LoL, joking, april fool


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Submitted April 01 -- in Miscellaneous -- by MattAlta

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Gauss is the only person whom Archimedes allows to disturb his circles


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Submitted June 23 -- in Mathematics -- by scuderia

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Gauss once simultaneously diagonalized all n by n matrices.


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Submitted May 25 -- in Mathematics -- by Anonymous

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Gauss once had a "delightful little" thought experiment, the result of which was a complete and unified theory of quantum gravity.


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Submitted May 08 -- in Physics -- by Stecas

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