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(Daily Mail)   Deathbed theory that came to math genius in a dream is finally proved correct - almost 100 years after he died   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 1
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2012-12-29 02:09:41 PM
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I realize here, on Fark I am opening myself up to all kinds of ridicule but here goes:

Does anyone else read articles like this or new "miracle" medical cures etc. and then, wonder for a moment about the sheer genius some people are capable of. Then 10 seconds later get pissed when you realize 95% of these people toil in almost total obscurity and, at best, mediocre financial compensation while some farking MBA whose ENTIRE contribution to the world was "Fire 20,000 people and make the rest work harder" takes home $15M/year...

/yeah I thought it might just be me.
 
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