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The Mathematician Who Mistook His Wife for a Paradox

October 22, 2012
I do not know if married men [in general] can relate to the predicament of this math professor, but Vishnu just called to say: Thank God! I am not alone.
   How’s possible, asks Bhavana.  Well, we are no longer kids like you: we went to school and graduated into hybrids of plants and ghosts.  To seriously address her question one option is to call Oliver Sacks, but I think we have had enough jokes.  So I am going home to study Cantor’s theorem (Conceptual Mathematics, pages 303- ).
Punchline: Belief is no substitute for science.
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