The information collected here is dedicated to proving the following theorem:

**Theorem:**

*All statistical geneticists are not humorless nerds!*

Unfortunately, the above theorem has been disproved - see here for the fatal counter-example! So we now have a revised theorem:

**Revised theorem:** *Not all statistical geneticists are
humorless nerds!"*

**Proof by exhaustion:**

- Some Advice to Young Mathematical Biologists by Kenneth Lange
- Identify Who Said or Wrote? (Quotes collected by Kenneth Lange)
- Genetics jokes and cartoons
- Quotations
- Additional quotations (collected by Ian MacKay)
- The genetics of humor (or lack thereof): Twin Res 2000 Mar;3(1):17-22
- Steve Horvath's classification of data analysts

- Weeks DE, O'Connell JR, Schmidtova Z. Nomenclature and linguistic diversity. Nature. 1998 Jan 8;391(6663):118. Original submission
- Weeks DE. Newton Morton's influence on genetics: the Morton number. Adv Genet. 2001;42:7-10. PowerPoint slides

- The Ig-Nobel Prize home page
- Ask Dr. Science ... He knows more than you do!
- The Annals of Improbable Research
- Science Jokes
- Hiawatha
designs an experiment: Original
article from JSTOR

- Copyright your own genome
- How do you cross an armadillo with a porcupine and other problems that arise from naming proteins.
- To
a well-connected mouse (Poem by John Updike)

- Pennings, T.J. 2003. Do dogs know calculus? College Mathematics Journal 34(May):178-182. pdf
- The Mathematics Genealogy Project

Please send all contributions, corrections, complaints, and counter-examples to Daniel E. Weeks

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