fermat's last paradox
If there are positive integers out there, where are they? Wouldn't we have seen some evidence of n by now?
Why was Fermat killed for asking this? What did Big Number not want us to find out about n? Answers to these questions and more in the thrilling conclusion, after this:
Q: Why was Fermat killed for asking this?
A: Professional jealousy of his rival mathmeticians.
Q: What did Big Number not want us to find out about n?
A: I don't know
Q: Why don't applejacks taste like apples?
A: The same reason crackerjacks don't taste like crackers
Q: Best horse?
A: Who am I, Answerpedia Jones? Beat it 🦝