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The symbol for infinity is a symbolic representation of Gauss' testicles.


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Submitted April 27 -- in Mathematics -- by BiggerJ

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Gauss also discovered Galois Theory, but also won a duel, AND got the girl. Take that, Evariste!


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Submitted September 09 -- in Mathematics -- by HenryY

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Whenever Gauss tries to solve a problem in R^4, he generalizes the problem for R^n and then makes n=4.


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Submitted April 23 -- in Mathematics -- by nts94

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The monster group is scared of Gauss.


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Submitted August 15 -- in Mathematics -- by Youler

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Gauss knows explicit well-orderings of the reals.


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Submitted April 06 -- in Mathematics -- by Norym

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Gauss can divide by zero.


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Submitted August 15 -- in Mathematics -- by ertis

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Gauss can create electric field inside a conductor.


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Submitted April 01 -- in Physics -- by Barrozo

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Gauss knows whether the glass is half-full or half-empty.


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Submitted March 03 -- in Miscellaneous -- by alanrobinski

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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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Unbounded sequences converge when Gauss is around.


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Submitted August 15 -- in Mathematics -- by Globulin

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