Law of Truly Large Numbers: With a large enough sample, any outrageous thing is likely to happen (Diaconis and Mosteller 1989). Littlewood (1986) considered an event which occurs one in a million times to be “surprising.” Taking this definition, close to 100 000 surprising events are “expected” each year in the United States alone and, in the world at large, “we can be absolutely sure that we will see incredibly remarkable events.”
Frivolous Theorem of Arithmetic: Almost all natural numbers are very, very, very large. (#)
And there is an incredibly remarkable number of things I need to catch up on.