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Funny story:  Square root of minus one is an imaginary number,  Stephen Hawking says

Square root of minus one is an imaginary number, Stephen Hawking says

Professor Stephen Hawking. has disclosed that maths teachers have been kidding about J, the square root of minus one. It apparently does not exist in the natural universe. A market trader from Basildon blew the whistle on the myth on Saturday mor...
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Funny story:  Alcohol Makes You Lose Brain Cells? Not According To Idiot/Savant!

Alcohol Makes You Lose Brain Cells? Not According To Idiot/Savant!

Everybody's alarmed at the recent report that "Alcohol Destroys Brain Cells". Of course, I tell them we only use ten percent of our brain anyway according to those same people, right? So I read about how many brain cells we have to lose and it's...
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Funny story:  New York Mets Already Eliminated from the 2014 Playoffs

New York Mets Already Eliminated from the 2014 Playoffs

Flushing, New York - Due to an accounting error, the New York Mets baseball club has been mathematically eliminated from the 2014 National League playoffs. Mets principal owner Fred Wilpon took full responsibility for the arithmetic mishap. H...
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Funny story:  Mathematicians fit a square peg in a round hole

Mathematicians fit a square peg in a round hole

Mathematicians at Keswick University have produced a proof that shows how to fit a square peg into a round hole. "Using topological manipulation calculations," said theoretical mathematician, Patience Tested, "we have successfully transmogrified a...
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Funny story:  Statistically speaking, someone in the world thinks "White Chicks" is the greatest film ever made - an opinion piece

Statistically speaking, someone in the world thinks "White Chicks" is the greatest film ever made - an opinion piece

Statistics is a funny science. The process of collecting and interpreting data can often lead to some unpleasant, odd, or belief-defying answers. It doesn't always yield perfect results, but like any scientific endeavor, we can be sure more often than not that our work, if done correctly, leads us to the truth. But of all the claims we can make using statistics, perhaps the most outrageous is the...
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Funny story:  Mathematical Model Predicts Politicians Behavior

Mathematical Model Predicts Politicians Behavior

New York NY: The Columbia University School of Abnormal Psychology has developed a mathematical computer model to predict the interests of current and former political figures after they leave office. Professor Freud (no relation to Sigmund) expla...
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Funny story:  Romney writes off 47%  of the voters as "Trailer Trash"

Romney writes off 47% of the voters as "Trailer Trash"

SUNSHINE MOBILE HOME PARK, FL (ABSNN) - Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney visited a mobile home park deep within Florida's Sun Coast on Tuesday. He was shocked to learn that 47% per cent of all US citizens live in "long, narrow boxes sided...
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Funny story:  Maths A Level student uses Banach-Tarski paradox to prove twice as many students actually got A or A* as passed the exams at the top two grades

Maths A Level student uses Banach-Tarski paradox to prove twice as many students actually got A or A* as passed the exams at the top two grades

Faced with being on the borderline for acceptance to his preferred university place, an eighteen-year-old from Basingstoke has written a letter to the university's Maths department purporting to show that although he was awarded a B grade in Maths, i...
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Funny story:  Intelligent Design want a change to the order of lessons

Intelligent Design want a change to the order of lessons

New research in cognitive behaviour has shown that the order in which we learn affects what we learn. "We believe that maths is deliberately taught before religious education," said Michael Beye, spokesman for the Discovery Institute, the militant...
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Funny story:  Obama Announces Initiative to Find Divisibility Test for 7

Obama Announces Initiative to Find Divisibility Test for 7

President Obama announced that for the remainder of his presidential term, his administration's primary security initiative will be to find a divisibility test for the number 7. "A divisibility test for 7 has been a sort of Holy Grail, eluding us...
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Funny story:  Scientists Discover Sloths Can Do Math

Scientists Discover Sloths Can Do Math

Top Slothologist Benny Jones has made, quite frankly, one of the most ground breaking although slowest discoveries about the South American mammal in the 21st century. Sloths not only count and can solve mathematical equations, but they do so usi...
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Funny story:  Demi Moore Enters Celebrity Math Rehab

Demi Moore Enters Celebrity Math Rehab

Palm Springs, CA - Filming began this week for this season's Celebrity Math Rehab where actress Demi Moore, 49, has settled in quite nicely. Moore was the last of the celebrities to join the cast, and only agreed to do so with pressure from many...
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Funny story:  New Calculator Released with Infinity Buttons

New Calculator Released with Infinity Buttons

Math fanatics will be more happy with the new calculator released by the Basyang Electronics Company. The newly-released calculator, with code LB-143EZ, adds two new buttons, negative (-?) and postive (+?) infinity. This allows the user to create...
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Funny story:  NASA with novel idea: traveling to moon will get kids interested in math and science

NASA with novel idea: traveling to moon will get kids interested in math and science

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl.- Although President Obama insists that trying to land on an asteroid would be much more interesting, NASA is pushing ahead with its plans to revisit an old friend: the moon. Like a tipsy uncle at a family gathering, NASA is con...
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Funny story:  Negative Numbers Hold Kids Back, by sharing  positive things into negative parts

Negative Numbers Hold Kids Back, by sharing positive things into negative parts

The Department of Education has released a consultation green paper asking educationalists and teachers to consider the possibility chopping negative numbers from the national maths syllabus. Despite years of negatives emerging through simple "take a...
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Funny story:  1% of the 99% Bored, Leaves, Forms Occupy Occupy Wall Street

1% of the 99% Bored, Leaves, Forms Occupy Occupy Wall Street

Fox and Friends heartthrob Gretchen Carlson had it correct when she said, "Looks like the Occupy Wall Street days are numbered." Indeed, it seems Occupy Wall Street is facing some internal strife. In what looks like to be a game changer, 1% o...
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Funny story:  Vague Numbering System to be taught in high school maths

Vague Numbering System to be taught in high school maths

In a move that indicates that mathematics is keeping up with the modern world, the Vague Numbering system is to be taught in maths at high schools across Britain. "Basically," said Juan Tuthre, head of Modern Maths at Oxford's Queen College, "Vagu...
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Funny story:  New Research From Mathematical Institute Stuns The World

New Research From Mathematical Institute Stuns The World

The Barnsley Freudian Mathematical Gizolm Institute of The Long One, and The Round One, have published their long awaited Ham Shank report today. This report is the culmination of a 5 year intensive research program into the formative stages of coupl...
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