Orwellian Mathematics

     In the novel “1984”, a character declared that sometimes two plus two equaled five, sometimes two plus two equaled three, and sometimes it is both at the same time.

     But there’s no way in real life that anyone would argue that you could get two different results that are equally valid from the same equation, right?

     About that…

     And people wonder why public schools are such a disaster…

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