A question that an idiot can answer that a mathematician can't is: 'What is the integral o
A question that an idiot can answer that a mathematician can't
is: "What is the integral of e to the x squared?" The idiot
says, "5." The mathematician says, "I don't know." Do we then
conclude that being an idiot is somehow superior to being a
mathematician?
There is no benefit in being able to answer questions. There
is benefit in being able to answer questions in a meaningful,
true way. Saying "God did it" is neither.
 Doug Shaw
EMail Fredric L. Rice / The Skeptic Tank
