Sitting on force vectors is hard considering that they’re abstract concepts and all that.

(Sorry for the delayed update, I was out in the mountains from Thursday to Sunday for my brother’s wedding)

(Science Pony Puns! Hooray!)

Fun Fact: If you can’t think of a counterexample to a statement, the only thing you have proven is that you can’t think of a counterexample to a statement.

More accurately, My Little Axiom of Choice states that there exists a function mapping the set of all bronies to the set of all partially ordered sets of ponies containing a maximal pony (poneset). In short: every brony has a preference.

The Worst Pony Conjecture states that there exists a pony Twist such that if Twist is a maximal pony in a poneset then said poneset is not in the image of the MLAC function. The existence of Twist is a hotly debated topic and the mention of her name often causes conferences to become riots.

(Thanks to emnt for the Axiom of Choice suggestion!)

If the Apple Family does in fact grow tenfold every hundred moons, they’re going to need a whole lot of cider for their next reunion.

Remember Lesson Zero? Twilight got an A- for that. In order to get a B+ in Magic Grad School you pretty much have to turn in a problem set with only the words “Luna is better princess” written across a crudely drawn picture of fat Princess Celestia eating too much cake.

Once pony scientists figured out how to create miniature Pinkie Pie clones by using the mirror pond and poison joke extract quantum computing (aka shove some mini-Pinkies in a box) became a reality. Most ponies try not to think about the ethical implications of enslaving Pinkie Pie clones for fear that their society would crumble without a cheap way to factor large numbers.

When Pinkie Pie breaks the known laws of physics, it’s gypsy magic. When Twilight Sparkle does it, it’s bone-fide academically approved real science. That’s the advantage of attending a government sanctioned graduate program over hanging out with the local witch doctor.

(And we’re finally back for Mathponies Season 3!)