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The Ontological Argument for Chocolate Lovers - An Indisputable PROOF!
The Great Mystery of the Intersection of the Empty Set
(Explained To Leave No Doubt That Small Bits of A Bunch of Nothings Add Up To Everything)
Should René Descartes Have Watched the Super Bowl?
"I Watch, Therefore I Am!"
The Mysterious "If-Then" Statements of Logic - A Simple and Most Merry Explanation
Pharaoh Akhenaten and Tomb KV 55: Who's Your Daddy?
Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and the Twin Paradox
(With a Little About Ben Cartwright Thrown In)
Game Theory at the Little Bighorn
They Didn't Quite Say That (But They May Have Come Close)
- Some Famous And
Almost Accurate
Quotes from History
Take a CooperToons Quiz! Pick Your Topic!
Ancient Rome
Billy the Kid
George Washington
The CooperToons Citizenship Test
BBC's QI and Louie Louie: An Analysis (Or When Are the Kingsmen Not the Kingsmen?)
The CooperToons Citizenship Test!
Linus Pauling and the Battle of the Quantum Calculators
Gödel's Theorem: A
Most
Brief and
Very
Sketchy Outline
The Problem with Pyrene and the
Real
Hückel's Rule
Do Your Own Hückel Calculations!
The Chemistry of Lithography
The Mad Bomber of New York
The Liar's Paradox
The Monty Hall Problem - Revisited Again!
Eratosthenes and the Earth
James A. Garfield: The Pythagorean President
Fiddling with Revelation 13:18: A Merry Introduction to Biblical Scholarship
Getting the TRUTH from Polls and Surveys
If a Square Root is Not an Integer, What is It?
Cantor's Proof of the Countability of the Rational Numbers
Cantor's Proof of the Countability of the Integers
The Ontological Argument of St. Anselm
Alan Turing's Halting Problem
Cantor's Diagonal Proof