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The third dimension exists because Gauss created it to get gas, water, and power to his three friends' houses.


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Submitted February 08 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski

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Gauss is able to draw a logarithmic plot including the origin.


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Submitted December 10 -- in Mathematics -- by fabianbiebl

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Gauss can create a touring-complete microprocessor out of AND-Gates.


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Submitted April 02 -- in Computer Science -- by DerWurst

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Gauss keeps monster sets as pets


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Submitted September 10 -- in Miscellaneous -- by z

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Gauss taught himself to square the circle in second grade. By third grade, he didn't even need the straightedge or compass. By fourth grade, he didn't even need the pencil. By the time he got his first PhD in fifth grade, he didn't even need the circle.


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Submitted June 13 -- in Mathematics -- by Cosmologicon

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Gauss never proved a theorem, they're all lemmas for him.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Mathematics -- by bb

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Gauss's integers are more awesome and complex than your integers.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Mathematics -- by Bowen

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If G is the set of theorems Gauss proved, then the powerset of G contains less elements than G.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Mathematics -- by ras341

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When Gauss integrates he doesn't need to add a constant.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Mathematics -- by Matt

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Unbounded sequences converge when Gauss is around.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Mathematics -- by Globulin

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