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Gauss can numerically compute a Lesbesgue integral.


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Submitted April 30 -- in Mathematics -- by kk

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Gauss decided that 2 would be a prime.


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Submitted May 01 -- in Mathematics -- by BrownGuyWithGlasses

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Ink from Gauss's pen can cure cancer. Too bad he does all his calculations in his head and never uses a pen.


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Submitted April 24 -- in Miscellaneous -- by scuderia

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Gauss doesn't understand stochastic processes because he can predict random numbers.


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Submitted April 19 -- in Mathematics -- by aaa

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Gauss knows if the continuum hypothesis is true or false.


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Submitted April 17 -- in Mathematics -- by aleph

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Gauss used induction with the real numbers. And it worked


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Submitted May 08 -- in Mathematics -- by Juanaca

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Gauss can solve any equation by counting to each of the unknowns and stopping. In short, Gauss can count to x.


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Submitted April 27 -- in Mathematics -- by BiggerJ

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Gauss proves the well-ordering theorem by glaring at the set in question until it orders itself out of sheer terror.


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Submitted April 12 -- in Mathematics -- by squattingmouse

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Each of Gauss's fingerprints contains a proof of quadratic reciprocity.


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Submitted April 06 -- in Mathematics -- by Joe

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A typical human brain has a magnetic field of 10^-9 to 10^-8 Gauss. The unit Gauss was invented to describe the magnetic field of Gauss' brain. Coincidence? I think not.


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Submitted April 19 -- in Physics -- by Charles

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