- Why is the number 10 afraid of seven? -- because seven ate nine.
- We use epsilons and deltas in mathematics because mathematicians tend to make errors.
- What's big, grey, and proves the uncountability of the reals?

Cantor's Diagonal Elephant! How can you tell that Harvard was layed out by a mathematician?... - The Stanford Linear Accelerator Center was known as SLAC, until the
big earthquake, when it became known as SPLAC.

SPLAC? Stanford Piecewise Linear Accelerator.... - Q: How many topologists does it take to change a light bulb?

A: It really doesn't matter, since they'd rather knot.... - A mathematician decides he wants to learn more about practical
problems.

He sees a seminar with a nice title: "The Theory of Gears.... - A group of scientists were doing an investigation into problem-solving
techniques, and constructed an experiment involving a physicist, an
engineer, and a mathematician.

The experimental apparatus co... - Professor Dirac, a famous Applied Mathematician-Physicist, had a horse
shoe over his desk.

One day a student asked if he really believed that a horse shoe brought luck.... - First of all let me make it clear that I have nothing against
contravariant functors.

Some of my best friends are cohomology theories! But now you aren't supposed to call them contravariant anymore.... - Why did the computer scientist die in the shower?
Because he read the instructions on the shampoo bottle, "Lather,
rinse, repeat.

Why did the calculus student have so much trouble making Kool-Aid? ...

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