You know, some of the funniest things that ever happen here in TV never actually
make it to our screens. I'm talking about the out-takes or mistakes that we here
in television land get so embarrassed about. Here's one of my all-time
favourites. It's a great blooper and it was recorded for an edition of Open
University way back in 1973.
As we can see, if we increase
the non-reflexive integers in the equation
by a quantity denoted by D5,
the parallel quantities D 3 and D 7
are inverted in the same direction,
giving us a resultant modular quantity
Now, this should begin to give us some clues
as to where the...
Sorry, Brian, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, I've got to stop you there.