CoxZucker_Machine wrote:Brouwer's fixed point theorem can be used to conclude that if you swirl around your coffee in your coffee mug, then after you're done swirling, there is one drop of coffee that ended up back where it was before you moved anything around. This is the kinda shit that trips me out
I have heard the one that says if you take a map of any size and drop it on the area it represents, there is a point on the map that is touching exactly the point it represents on the area. Fuzzy memory but might need the Intermediate Value Theorem for this.
But the coffee fact is fuuuuuuun!!!