} This is one that has taxed* mathematicians since the Dawn of Time, so
} any proof would be unique.
} * Mathematicians are very poorly paid and so very rarely owe tax. At
} least that's what they tell HMRC; why else do you think they invented
} imaginary numbers?
}
} If we assume:
} 1) A spherical cow.
} 2) A frictionless slope.
} 3) The Axiom of Choice.
} then we come up with a cow that chooses to go downhill to make an
} ethically produced milkshake.
}
} I'll try again.
}
} If we take the average number of romantic partners a mathematician has:
} Zero (yes, that's mean).
} and add the average number of number of coherent ideas in an Elon Musk
} tweet: Zero (like an ancient Iranian, that's Medeian)
} then we get Zero.
}
} Nope, still not right.
}
} If a football team wins one game, and then they win another game,
} meaning that they win the tournament, we find that two wins make
} three.
}
} Tricky this, isn't it?
}
} If we take one braindead supplicant, and add another braindead
} supplicant, we have a barely adequate meal for a zombie.
}
} Nope, I give up.
}
} You owe the Oracle the reason why wonton dumplings do not weigh one
} tonne.
