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    I have come up with proof that 0 = -1
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    (Original post by ben789)
    I have come up with proof that 0 = -1
    cool proof ...
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    Weak attempt. There are much more creative "proofs" that 0 = \pm 1.
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    I feel like this thread has brain damaged ne.
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    Then you have proved that God exists. Congrats
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    Worst part is i cant even read it because it sideways
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    Cleverly disguised division by zero > missing constants of integration.
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    (Original post by ben789)
    I have come up with proof that 0 = -1
    Eurgh, you could have at least attempted to appear clever and creative.
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    I'd rather prove Miranda Kerr is hotter than Kate Upton. Oh wait, no proof is required, its obvious.

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    (Original post by WhiteGroupMaths)
    I'd rather prove Miranda Kerr is hotter than Kate Upton. Oh wait, no proof is required, its obvious.

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    butt boobs
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    (Original post by donutellme)
    butt boobs
    Between you and me buddy.

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