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and I believe that Riemann's Hypothesis is true...

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Old Stuff:

Chuck Norris solved the Travelling Salesman problem in $O(1)$ time.


Jarrell: I thought you said to stay on the path!
Old Man: Yes, but you must know when to break the rules!


Mathematics (SE) should be the most comprehensive, most visited, and most valuable mathematics resource on the web. I don't see a reason to shoot for anything less. [Amen]


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Jan
11
comment Is the price of higher intelligence and more complex behaviours more mental illness?
I got some facts about that, see here...
Jan
11
asked Is this some sort of soft-coded Grapheme-Color synethesia?
Jan
11
comment What's the percentage of people that are mental calculator prodigies?
+1 thanks for steady flow of answers...
Jan
11
accepted What's the percentage of people that are mental calculator prodigies?
Jan
10
accepted How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Jan
10
comment How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Caseyr547, thanks for this quite interesting references...
Jan
10
revised How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
added 335 characters in body; edited tags
Jan
10
comment How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Do you have absolute numbers? For comparison: "And if it’s the right wood and the right chess grand masters in the middle of a tournament, they are going through 6,000 to 7,000 calories a day thinking" from here...
Jan
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Jan
9
asked How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Jan
9
asked What's the percentage of people that are mental calculator prodigies?
Jan
9
asked How far can we train mental calculation?
Jan
7
comment Can lucid dreaming detract from the recuperative effect of REM sleep?
@jeff would you mind posting an answer here?
Jan
7
reviewed No Action Needed cognitive science major to user interface design job
Jan
7
reviewed Reviewed cognitive science major to user interface design job
Jan
7
comment cognitive science major to user interface design job
Do you really think this is necessary for a job in cognitive science?
Jan
1
reviewed Reviewed Identifying Overly Complex Tasks
Jan
1
reviewed Reviewed Computational model of biological object recognition
Jan
1
reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to quantify 'pettiness' in a personality?
Jan
1
reviewed Reviewed Can tinnitus be measured with EEG or MEG?