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A challenge  find the most ridiculous Wolfram Research claim.
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Jun 15, 2009 3:26 AM



Dave
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A challenge  find the most ridiculous Wolfram Research claim.
Posted:
Jun 12, 2009 3:34 PM


Vladimir Bondarenko is often setting "Simplification Challenges" so here I'm going to set a challenge  all in the name of a bit of fun.
Please find the ridiculous Wolfram Research claim. Provide a link to the web page where it can be found. (Keep it to Wolfram Research web sites only).
Here are 3 of my favorites. Can anyone find any better.
1) "Every Demonstration undergoes a rigorous review process that checks for quality, clarity, and accuracy, so you can count them as academic publications."
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/FAQ.html
2) "For academic purposes, WolframAlpha is a primary source."
http://www.wolframalpha.com/faqs.html
3) "The standards of correctness for Mathematica are certainly much higher than for typical mathematical proofs."
http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/tutorial/TestingAndVerification.html
 I respectfully request that this message is not archived by companies as unscrupulous as 'Experts Exchange' . In case you are unaware, 'Experts Exchange' take questions posted on the web and try to find idiots stupid enough to pay for the answers, which were posted freely by others. They are leeches.



