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* Distributed Constraint Optimization  * Distributed Constraint Optimization  
* Picard Algorithm  * Picard Algorithm  
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+  * Vector calculus  
* Fourier transform  * Fourier transform  
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* The Finite Element Method  * The Finite Element Method  
* Any physics problem that doesn't involve [[Albert EinsteinJewish relativity]]  * Any physics problem that doesn't involve [[Albert EinsteinJewish relativity]]  
* Any formal languages or algorithms problem that doesn't involve the existence of quantum computers  * Any formal languages or algorithms problem that doesn't involve the existence of quantum computers  
* Linguistics topics that don't directly relate to Esperanto, Ido, Interlingua, '''[[Klingon]]''', Modern Hebrew, Sindarin, or some other [[asspie]] artificial language understood by nobody.  * Linguistics topics that don't directly relate to Esperanto, Ido, Interlingua, '''[[Klingon]]''', Modern Hebrew, Sindarin, or some other [[asspie]] artificial language understood by nobody.  
−  * The  +  * The genus and species of animals (despite their knowledge of furries) 
==How To==  ==How To== 
Latest revision as of 16:43, 2 August 2020
Vandalize Every Equation is an organized Wikipedia vandalization effort and a forced meme started by Jbs in the summer of 2007.
The average mongrel dumbass opines, to questions of Wikilegitimacy, that while TOW is not a reliable source for humanities topics, it is a reliable source for factoids related to exact and natural sciences. Vandalize Every Equation hopes to systematically erode this remaining source of credibility by adding intentional errors into LaTeX equations.
Contents
Theory
Asspie Wikipedians only know about useless shit no one cares about and are obtained by:
 watching television;
 watching movies;
 reading fan fiction;
 gaming; and
 using opensource software.
Consequently, they never know anything useful, educational or credentialed. Therefore, edits relating to RungeKutta won't be reverted for years, while edits to the Harry Potter page will be reverted in milliseconds, not because the edits were necessarily vandalism, but rather because the someone used an American spelling while the rest was in British form.
Areas of Wikipedian Knowledge
Areas of No Wikipedian Knowledge
 De Casteljau's Algorithm
 Distributed Constraint Optimization
 Picard Algorithm
 Cauchy–Schwarz inequality
 Vector calculus
 Fourier transform
 The Finite Element Method
 Any physics problem that doesn't involve Jewish relativity
 Any formal languages or algorithms problem that doesn't involve the existence of quantum computers
 Linguistics topics that don't directly relate to Esperanto, Ido, Interlingua, Klingon, Modern Hebrew, Sindarin, or some other asspie artificial language understood by nobody.
 The genus and species of animals (despite their knowledge of furries)
How To
Go into the source, and it will look something like this:
[; \mathbb{I}=\mathbb{T}\cup\left(\underset{n\in\mathbb{N}}{\bigcup}\overline{\mathbb{Q}}_{n}\right) ;]
Now, make the following replacements:
 Switch this
 Change every
 (Messing with the brakets will REALLY cause headaches.)
 Wherever you see
\xxxxx
, wherexxxxx
is some Greek letter spelled out, capitalize the first letter:\Xxxxx
. And for when it is capitalized,\Xxxxx
, change it to\xxxxx
.  Search for derivatives
\frac{d}{d x}
and change them into partial derivatives:\frac{\partial}{\partial x}
.  Read up on more "esoteric" symbols, like
\geqq
and\leqq
and throw them in in places where it's completely inappropriate.  ????
 Profit!
With this (and vise versa)  

\frac 
\atop or \choose

\in 
\subset

\mathbb 
\mathcal

\mathcal 
\mathfrak

\mathfrak 
\mathbb

\aleph 
\pi

\int 
\sum

\sum 
\prod

\cup 
\cap

\bigcup 
\bigcap

To  

\exists 
\nexists

= 
\neq

\left( 
\left]

\right) 
\left[

\left[ 
\left)

\right[ 
\right(

Mess with their Mathspeak
Replace one term with another from each group:
Parts of Math
 Analysis
 Algebra
 Arithmetic
 Number Theory
Things...
 Group
 Field
 Ring
 Set
 Groupoid
 Algebra
 Calculus
 Quaternation
Types of Numbers
 Ordinal
 Cardinal
 Real
 Imaginary
 Gaussian
Advanced mathematical vandalism
For more advanced vandalism techniques, you can study Advanced Cockulus or actually learn math jokes. For example: e^\pi\pi=20
is a good test for floating point errors. As no one on Wikipedia can get the jokes on XKCD, they won't know this is a setup because they don't read it.
Project goals
The stated goal of Vandalize Every Equation is to discredit the Wikipedia Jews and restore mathematics and the sciences to its rightful owner, SpringerVerlag.
See also
Links to examples
 Distributed constraint optimization
 A second attempt to improve the mentioned article above.
 Nobody can read this either way. But somebody did: Jitse Niesen (Talk  contribs) (revert  edit has many mistakes and I couldn't see anything positive at first glance) Of course Jitse Niesen comes from Europe where they don't have the crap education of America.
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