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Given a sufficient time, can a monkey hits on a proof of unsolved problem in mathematics?
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bassam king karzeddin
2016-08-28 17:32:05 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem

A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!

And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,

But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?

The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise

But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!

So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Timothy Murphy
2016-08-29 10:12:52 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing
randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
I don't think that is an accurate statement of the infinite monkey theorem.
This just states that the monkey will type any text, sooner or later.
It is not clear that an unsolved problem has a solution,
let alone an elegant one.
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Timothy Murphy
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School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
Brett Dong
2016-08-29 10:29:22 UTC
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A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
The theorem just means everything could be typed if there is sufficient
time and monkeys, but it doesn't mean the content produced by monkeys
are necessarily true. There are a lot of unsolved math problems, but for
some of them, we aren't even sure whether they are true, one such
example is the 196 lychrel problem:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lychrel_number

Is 196 a lychrel number? It might be true; but it might also be a fake
proposition. Well, what if this mathematics assertion is false? Then
there's just no proof exists.
bassam king karzeddin
2016-08-29 14:36:24 UTC
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A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
The theorem just means everything could be typed if there is sufficient
time and monkeys, but it doesn't mean the content produced by monkeys
are necessarily true. There are a lot of unsolved math problems, but for
some of them, we aren't even sure whether they are true, one such
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lychrel_number
Is 196 a lychrel number? It might be true; but it might also be a fake
proposition. Well, what if this mathematics assertion is false? Then
there's just no proof exists.
Thanks, this is interesting and educative
WM
2016-08-29 12:44:03 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
It is very improbably since monkeys (like mathematicians) are restricted to the resources of our Earth with its 10^50 atoms. That means even if every digit is reprsented by a single atom it is impossible to store simultaneously all possible decimal strings of 50 digits.

Regards, WM
Virgil
2016-08-29 16:34:27 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing
randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
It is very improbably since monkeys
WM may well be an expert on monkeys, being himself so like a monkey, but
is definitely not an expert on mathematics, not being anything like a
mathematician.
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Virgil
"Mit der Dummheit kampfen Gotter selbst vergebens." (Schiller)
bassam king karzeddin
2017-07-19 17:51:52 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
7/19/2017
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Serg io
2017-07-23 14:53:47 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
wrong. remove "any" replace with "a" and I will approve.
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And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
7/19/2017
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bassam king karzeddin
2017-07-23 09:04:28 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Yes, real monkeys can hit ALWAYS on many theorems without any restrictions for sure

BKK
bassam king karzeddin
2017-07-24 17:23:25 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And with this monkey theorem, monkeys are more than happy to produce many theorems without any further restrictions, for sure

BKK
Markus Klyver
2017-07-27 21:23:25 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Do you have an infinite amount of time? No, I didn't think so. Also, you misunderstand the theorem. Suppose we have an infinite string where each letter is a random variable. Then, the probability of any finite string appearing in this infinite sequence is equal to 1, because the set of infinite strings in which a given finite string does not appear will have the measure 0.
bassam king karzeddin
2017-07-29 08:22:13 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Do you have an infinite amount of time? No, I didn't think so. Also, you misunderstand the theorem. Suppose we have an infinite string where each letter is a random variable. Then, the probability of any finite string appearing in this infinite sequence is equal to 1, because the set of infinite strings in which a given finite string does not appear will have the measure 0.
The good point that you started understanding that No Infinite amount of time exists or available, or in simple words (nothing can be infinite), or much simpler

"There is an obvious empty meaning for the word infinite in mathematics, that resulted and legalized many well designed or established (in advance) theorems in mathematics, (but of course in minds only and never, in reality, hence CONTRADICTIONS every where in your heads for sure)"

BBK
Markus Klyver
2017-08-01 00:03:10 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Do you have an infinite amount of time? No, I didn't think so. Also, you misunderstand the theorem. Suppose we have an infinite string where each letter is a random variable. Then, the probability of any finite string appearing in this infinite sequence is equal to 1, because the set of infinite strings in which a given finite string does not appear will have the measure 0.
The good point that you started understanding that No Infinite amount of time exists or available, or in simple words (nothing can be infinite), or much simpler
"There is an obvious empty meaning for the word infinite in mathematics, that resulted and legalized many well designed or established (in advance) theorems in mathematics, (but of course in minds only and never, in reality, hence CONTRADICTIONS every where in your heads for sure)"
BBK
Well, no infinite amount of time exists. That doesn't mean infinite decimal expansions cannot exist.
bassam king karzeddin
2017-08-01 11:34:31 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Do you have an infinite amount of time? No, I didn't think so. Also, you misunderstand the theorem. Suppose we have an infinite string where each letter is a random variable. Then, the probability of any finite string appearing in this infinite sequence is equal to 1, because the set of infinite strings in which a given finite string does not appear will have the measure 0.
The good point that you started understanding that No Infinite amount of time exists or available, or in simple words (nothing can be infinite), or much simpler
"There is an obvious empty meaning for the word infinite in mathematics, that resulted and legalized many well designed or established (in advance) theorems in mathematics, (but of course in minds only and never, in reality, hence CONTRADICTIONS every where in your heads for sure)"
BBK
Well, no infinite amount of time exists. That doesn't mean infinite decimal expansions cannot exist.
Yes, infinite decimal expansion does indeed exist (but in mind only) and never in any reality, otherwise you would find two integers (each with infinite sequence of digits) such that (n^2 = 2m^2), where this is obviously impossible

since it was proved thousand of years back for sure

BKK
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2017-08-01 15:01:14 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Do you have an infinite amount of time? No, I didn't think so. Also, you misunderstand the theorem. Suppose we have an infinite string where each letter is a random variable. Then, the probability of any finite string appearing in this infinite sequence is equal to 1, because the set of infinite strings in which a given finite string does not appear will have the measure 0.
The good point that you started understanding that No Infinite amount of time exists or available, or in simple words (nothing can be infinite), or much simpler
"There is an obvious empty meaning for the word infinite in mathematics, that resulted and legalized many well designed or established (in advance) theorems in mathematics, (but of course in minds only and never, in reality, hence CONTRADICTIONS every where in your heads for sure)"
BBK
Well, no infinite amount of time exists. That doesn't mean infinite decimal expansions cannot exist.
Yes, infinite decimal expansion does indeed exist (but in mind only) and never in any reality, otherwise you would find two integers (each with infinite sequence of digits) such that (n^2 = 2m^2), where this is obviously impossible
since it was proved thousand of years back for sure
BKK
No one ever claimed decimal expansions existed in the physical world. Again, the physical world is for physicists. Mathematics deal with the mathematical universe, where infinite decimal expansions do exist.
bassam king karzeddin
2017-11-04 13:52:48 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
The monkeys would never choose to go out of that fake sweet Paradise by their own choice, but compulsory when the Queen decides to end their era by the King great actions, and then they would know that they were not any better than real monkeys, but in the contrary much worse for sure

BKK
bassam king karzeddin
2017-11-16 18:40:08 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Of course, and by the course of time, monkeys can really make many miracles that account as scandals for sure

BKK
Zelos Malum
2017-11-17 02:54:10 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Well you've been typing away for decades, that seems to be experimentally showing that random gaarbage cannot produce anything productive.
bassam king karzeddin
2017-11-18 15:41:10 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
So, monkeys can easily manufacture so many theorems once they learn the arts of infinities for sure

But I'm so afraid that soon the entire universe wouldn't be able to contain a little fraction of those many theorems coming from that sweet Paradise (Infinity), for sure

BKK
bassam king karzeddin
2017-11-30 18:45:23 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, monkeys can't produce correct theorems no matter what amount of time you grant them, for sure

BKK
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2017-12-19 18:05:51 UTC
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that turd has been stuck in your poopie for a year
bassam king karzeddin
2017-12-09 18:56:32 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
So, indeed monkeys were able to fill the planet with theorems, once they had established paved roads to it, and so easily, but those many theorems are actually only for monkeys, sure
BKK
bassam king karzeddin
2017-12-17 09:04:00 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
Indeed, monkeys had already produced so many theorems and especially in mathematics for sure
BKK
bassam king karzeddin
2018-01-07 12:44:32 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
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2018-01-16 09:19:33 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
It seems that true monkeys are everywhere and mainly in mathematics, for sure

BKK
bassam king karzeddin
2018-02-13 08:56:04 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
It seems that true monkeys are everywhere and mainly in mathematics, for sure
BKK
An arabic public Wisdom says: Repetition would teach the donkeys although, for sure
BKK
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2018-03-01 18:24:18 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
It seems that true monkeys are everywhere and mainly in mathematics, for sure
Well, I don't think that is possible even if we were to put any of christensen, jean pierre messager/python, malum or burse in front of a type writer!

The "proof" is absolutely hilarious!

You know, I thought this "theorem" was just you teasing the mainstream orangutans, bt NO! There is actually and entry on it!!! LMAO.

The proof is fallacious.

lim_{n \to \infty} (1 - \frac{1}{(50)^6} )^n = 0 =/=> typing banana is 100%.

Chuckle. Gawd. They are fucking stupid to say the least.
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2018-03-01 18:30:36 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
It seems that true monkeys are everywhere and mainly in mathematics, for sure
Well, I don't think that is possible even if we were to put any of christensen, jean pierre messager/python, malum or burse in front of a type writer!
The "proof" is absolutely hilarious!
You know, I thought this "theorem" was just you teasing the mainstream orangutans, bt NO! There is actually and entry on it!!! LMAO.
The proof is fallacious.
lim_{n \to \infty} (1 - \frac{1}{(50)^6} )^n = 0 =/=> typing banana is 100%.
Chuckle. Gawd. They are fucking stupid to say the least.
In probability, nothing is ever 100% if the events are independent and the chances of each are both greater than 0.

Chuckle. My, oh my. They keep getting stupider and stupider.
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2018-03-01 18:33:40 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
It seems that true monkeys are everywhere and mainly in mathematics, for sure
Well, I don't think that is possible even if we were to put any of christensen, jean pierre messager/python, malum or burse in front of a type writer!
The "proof" is absolutely hilarious!
You know, I thought this "theorem" was just you teasing the mainstream orangutans, bt NO! There is actually and entry on it!!! LMAO.
The proof is fallacious.
lim_{n \to \infty} (1 - \frac{1}{(50)^6} )^n = 0 =/=> typing banana is 100%.
Chuckle. Gawd. They are fucking stupid to say the least.
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BKK
Err: lim_{n \to \infty} (1 - \frac{1}{(50)^6} )^n = 1 =/=> typing banana is 100%.
John Gabriel
2018-03-01 18:39:54 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
It seems that true monkeys are everywhere and mainly in mathematics, for sure
Well, I don't think that is possible even if we were to put any of christensen, jean pierre messager/python, malum or burse in front of a type writer!
The "proof" is absolutely hilarious!
You know, I thought this "theorem" was just you teasing the mainstream orangutans, bt NO! There is actually and entry on it!!! LMAO.
The proof is fallacious.
lim_{n \to \infty} (1 - \frac{1}{(50)^6} )^n = 0 =/=> typing banana is 100%.
Chuckle. Gawd. They are fucking stupid to say the least.
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A simple refutation is this:

There is a 1/50^6 chance that a monkey will type the word banana, but if a monkey types infinitely many times (bullshit, but let's suppose), then there is NO chance the monkey will type banana!

LMAO.
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2018-03-01 18:41:48 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
And truly speaking, most of our theorems and results are monkey typo theorems (in mathematics), For sure
BKK
It seems that true monkeys are everywhere and mainly in mathematics, for sure
Well, I don't think that is possible even if we were to put any of christensen, jean pierre messager/python, malum or burse in front of a type writer!
The "proof" is absolutely hilarious!
You know, I thought this "theorem" was just you teasing the mainstream orangutans, bt NO! There is actually and entry on it!!! LMAO.
The proof is fallacious.
lim_{n \to \infty} (1 - \frac{1}{(50)^6} )^n = 0 =/=> typing banana is 100%.
Chuckle. Gawd. They are fucking stupid to say the least.
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BKK
There is a 1/50^6 chance that a monkey will type the word banana, but if a monkey types infinitely many times (bullshit, but let's suppose), then there is NO chance the monkey will type banana!
LMAO.
Orangutan Illogic:

Typing a very large number of keystrokes => there is a chance.

Typing aleph keystrokes => there is NO chance.

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2018-02-21 17:11:38 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
This alleged theorem is so significant for sure

BKK
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2018-03-01 17:43:42 UTC
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According to infinite monkey theorem,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem
A monkey can produce an elegant proof of any unsolved problem, by typing randomly on a typewriter, provided that sufficiently large time is given!
And this point of view generally accepted by mathematicians,
But, there may be a group of them who don't accept this implications?
The paradise created by infinity for the mathematicians is really sweet and wonderful to the limit that, Indeed, No one would be able to get them out of their paradise
But, one day the Queen and the King got to change their mind and decided to leave the paradise whatever are the consequences!
So, would you do if you are still living in that paradise?
when shall you leave your fictional paradise? no wonder!

Then, somebody had to kick you so badly from your alleged paradises

So, back to your elementary school to learn again but much better than before, for sure

BKK
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