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9-22-2011 @ 12:48AM
Molly, that is just the surface story.The real reason is that many Canadians are actually mathematical geniuses. The general scientific community will submit a few mathematical questions, one being the mathematical answer to the Unified Theory that we still hope to find to solve the relationship between the strong and weak forces of physics. In 2006 a twelve year old girl from Calgary nearly solved the Unified Theory, but alas that day she was introduced to beer. If there is one thing that Canadians do better than math, it's drink beer. And once they go down that path they will always find the shortest path to the next brew.One day though, the Canadian government is going to get a few of those mathematical answers and they'll hold it over the worlds head and politely gloat - with a microbrew in the other hand.
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