(from the beginning)
Maybe p should be "I'm evil Alex and do not have amnesia."
But… if he has amnesia, is he still evil? Is he the same Alex? *philosophizes*
This used to be different.
I swear it did
You are correct, assumed-to-be-not-evil-Alex! Here's the old one: http://invisiblebread.com/wp-content/uploads/2012…
Someone pointed out that the proof actually was correct, so I adjusted the comic a tiny bit. Let me tell ya, I felt very silly for messing up such a simple proof =)
Wow, I didn't even notice that the first time I read it. I hate to break it to you, but I think a more appropriate fix would have been to switch the p and q statements. But don't worry I won't tell anyone.
Except the entire internet. Right now.
Let this be a lesson to you all that you should never try to fix a comic right after you wake up! Every time I've done this, I've had to fix it again. Sleepy me is a silly person.
Thanks for letting me know. You must definitely not be the evil Alex.
Question – if none of them remember their names, how do they know what Ron's name is? Or do they just call him Ron, even though it may not be his real name?
So… he's evil alex?
How is the proof wrong? Looks right to me.
What a twist!