What did you think of my n00bish riddles.
Originally Posted by Soltras
I call it proving the converse.
You showed a falsity implying a truth, which demonstrates nothing. I could say "if there's an elf in my backyard, then I have a backyard, then I have a home." I do have a home, but it doesn't mean there's an elf in my backyard.
You are a smart one, eh?
You divided by (a-1), but this is defined to be zero.
In mod 2 arithmetic
Fill the 3. Pour it into the 5. Fill the 3 again. Pour it into the 5, which will leave 2 in the 3. Pour the 5 into the 3, which will leave 4 gallons in the 5.
Ask me tomorrow. It is a strange answer but it rocks.
He thought nobody cared about him?
I mean 2 moves in total.
Twenty moves in when you're about to mate.
Look at my other post.
Stealing CaptainBlank's answers?
He has black. Suppose he had white - then Aristotle would have seen his white and Newton's black and made this conclusion: "if I had a white hat then Aristotle would instantly know his hat is black. Since Aristotle is not concluding this, then my hat must be black." -- upon this reasoning, Aristotle would cry out that his hat was black. Since he did not in a reasonable amount of time, then CaptainBlank knows his hat can't be white to have initiated that train of logic. So his hat must be black.