If you and Gizmo are referring to the famous quote attributed to Einstein, you should realize that it is another “alternate fact.” Einstein never said it. Furthermore, both quantum mechanics and chaos theory explicitly say exactly the opposite, that the same experiment may lead to different results. Spread the word, Einstein didn’t say it.
Wouldn’t a double word score have to be an even number?
The further we get from christmas, the better I like it.
People who live in glass houses . . . (Is your comment meant to deliberately use bad grammar as a form of sarcasm? “Whose” is the possessive form of the pronoun who, while “who’s” is a contraction of the words who is or who has. “Many reporters” are, not is.)
You are going to glom onto it.
Cantor was a mathematician unconstrained by reality, and attacked in his day by other mathematicians (e.g., Poincare, Kronecker). The continuum hypothesis is considered one of the most important open problems in pure math and philosophy — and totally irrelevant to physicists and applied mathematicians. Cantor didn’t need prozac, he needed a real job.
not to mention English teachers.
Cantor was in and out of sanatoriums for the last 20 years of his life.
It’s not supposed to be funny, but perhaps thought provoking or ironic. This is one of the few comic strips that doesn’t repackage old and hackneyed sight gags.