Base 13

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Base 13 is a number system designed to create 42 as the answer to 6*9.

Its inventors went on to international fame and fortune as founders of the School of Creative Mathematics, an exclusive academy whose graduates played key roles in the US and international corporate accounting scandals of the early 21st century.

All of their calculations which followed were based on a simple but codified set of mathematical principles.

First principles of Creative Mathematics[edit]

  1. The First Law of Enron
Energy cannot be created nor destroyed unless you have a very clever accountant or ten.
  1. The Parmalat Principle
There's no use crying over spilled milk. What's a billion euro or two between friends?
  1. The Martha Stewart Principle
The probability of getting caught is inversely proportional to the number of times the house appears out of order.

Automation of Creative Mathematics[edit]

Experts from Apple were commissionned to write an application encapsulating these basic principles. It failed miserably though, when Bill Gates ate it.

Starbase 13[edit]

Yeno Hou says, drink 7-Down.