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Hilbert's problems are a compilation of twenty-three problems Hilbert took from a list of exercises Gauss had left to the reader in one of his manuscripts.
Submitted May 24 -- in Mathematics -- by Manzano
Hilbert got turned down for a room at Gauss' Grand Hotel, turns out it was booked solid.
Submitted March 23 -- in Mathematics -- by APak
In the Star Trek Universe, the neutral zones are portions of space where the laws of Physics try to hide itself to avoid Gauss' intellect.
Submitted December 19 -- in Physics -- by Y. N.
Gauss once chopped up a pea, and reassembled it into a sun.
Submitted November 10 -- in Mathematics -- by Steve
Gauss counted all the ordinals
Submitted March 31 -- in Mathematics -- by Surdin
Gauss can make a combination of linearly independent vectors equal 0 (without coefficients of 0) just by brute force.
Submitted March 23 -- in Mathematics -- by jpo
For Gauss (a+b)^n equals a^n + b^n, always.
Submitted March 23 -- in Mathematics -- by Der Luke
Gauss is the only person who knows if Schrödinger's cat's still alive - he doesn't need to look to know this
Submitted December 21 -- in Mathematics -- by _cronos2
All your theorems are belong to Gauss.
Submitted January 21 -- in Mathematics -- by Y. N.
Gauss has beaten the Kobayashi Maru, without cheating.
Submitted April 27 -- in Miscellaneous -- by Thor