19th century mathematicians: all curves that are continuous are differentiable
weierstrass: *defines a curve that is totally continuous but non-differentiable at not only a point, but every single point in its existence*
19th century mathematicians:
@dankwraith Today I learned about a really cool bit of math!
There's a handful of things like that, little infohazard traps early in math study. The empty set, Thomae's function, the topologist's sine curve. More I forget right now.
Still decidedly worth studying the language Nature speaks.
@dankwraith lol he had ass in his name
@dankwraith an all-time flex tbh
@dankwraith love that shit. Total nonsense.
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