Friday, March 16, 2007

The dead bunny conjecture(s)

Recently I came up with the phrase "the dead bunny conjecture." As I'm quite capable of recognizing my own genius, I quickly realized how great that phrase was and how it needed to be defined. But what is the dead bunny conjecture?

I have come up with a fairly good set of possibilities for what the dead bunny conjecture ought to be. However, perhaps you can come up with better ones.
  • Every simply connected compact 3-manifold (without boundary) is homeomorphic to a dead bunny.
  • all positive even integers >=4 can be expressed as the sum of two dead bunnies
  • durable-goods monopolists do not have market power because they are unable to commit to not lowering their prices on dead bunnies
  • no arrangement of dead bunnies filling a space has a greater average density than that of the cubic close packing
And while each of these conjectures would have a fairly amusing explanatory diagram, perhaps it's better to leave it open ended. Maybe the true dead bunny conjecture is that every conjecture has a rather amusing dead bunny corollary.


slappy said...

Working late and getting punchy?

Übermilf said...

There was a dead bunny scene (actually a bunny killing scene) in Lost.

Also, "the rabbit died" used to be a euphamism for pregnancy.

Do either of these help?

Carl Spackler said...

this post went right over my head. can we go back talking about chicks with dicks and other demented stuff?

twolf1920 said...

Unfortunately, My Severe Attention Deficit Disorder had me lost after the first sentence!

miss kendra said...

the rabbit died means pregnant???

that's terrible.

Tits McGee said...

That post was like foreplay for me.

Rebecca said...


Lee Ann said...

I think it best to leave it open ended!