It's pretty amusing that a big part of Matt Parker's legacy is having "Parker" being synonymous with being "almost correct" or a "near miss" (with big help from Brady Haran), to the point of being referenced in an actual maths preprint
@btcprox I'm reading the paper now, and I'm wondering if this is intentional. From page 2:
The Theorem follows immediately man.
@loke like an Uno Reverse to "the proof is trivial"
Imagine saying that to a panel during a thesis defence
@btcprox Oh I see. So that's why the paper was so readable. They haven't learnt to to speak obscure yet.
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