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    It all makes sense now...Dilbert's "Salary Theorem" states that "Engineers and scientists can never earn as much as business executives, sales people, accountants and especially liberal arts majors." This theorem can now be supported by a mathematical equation based on the following two well known postulates:Postulate 1: Knowledge is Power.
    Postulate 2: Time is Money.
    As every engineer knows: Power = Work / Time.Since: Knowledge = Power,
    then Knowledge = Work / Time,
    and Time = Money,
    then Knowledge = Work / Money.Solving for Money, we get: Money = Work / Knowledge.Thus, as Knowledge approaches zero, money approaches infinity, regardless of the amount of work done.

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    Theorem. Every positive integer is interesting.

    Proof. Assume towards a contradiction that there is an uninteresting positive integer. Then there must be a smallest uninteresting positive integer. But being the smallest uninteresting positive integer is interesting by itself. Contradiction!

    A group of people were sitting and having coffee. Suddenly, a friend of the mathematician of the group boomed in and said, Did you hear that? A mathematician has developed a theorem which says that every odd number higher than 2 is a prime. So, here are the thoughts of every person in the room.
    The Mathematician: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 9 is not a prime. Theorem disproved!
    The Physicist: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 9 is an experimental error, 11 is a prime,...
    The Engineer: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 9 is practically a prime, 11 is a prime,...
    The Programmer: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 7 is a prime,...
    The Salesperson: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 9 - we'll do for you the best we can,...
    The Computer Software Salesperson: 3 is prime, 5 is prime, 7 is prime, 9 will be prime in the next release,...
    The Biologist: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 9 - results have more...

    Bove's Theorem: The remaining work to finish in order to reach your goal increases as the deadline approaches.

    Dilbert's "Salary Theorem" states that "Engineers and scientists can never earn as much as business executives and sales people."
    This theorem can now be supported by a mathematical equation based on the following two postulates:
    Postulate 1: Knowledge is Power. Postulate 2: Time is Money.
    As every engineer knows: Power = Work / Time
    And since: Knowledge = Power And: Time = Money, It is therefore true that Knowledge = Work / Money Solving this equation for Money, we get: Money = Work / Knowledge
    Thus, as Knowledge approaches zero, Money approaches infinity, regardless of the amount of Work done.
    Conclusion: The less you know, the more you make.

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