In 1940 over lunch, Norbert Weiner and Aurel Winter amused themselves by inventing titles for articles in a journal to be called Trivia Mathematica. Wiener was enormously amused by the results, and insisted on showing them to Tibor Rado, who was well known to have no sense of humor, and was not amused. This is that list.

Announcement of the Revival

of a Distinguished Journal

**TRIVIA MATEHMATICA**

founded by Norbert Wiener and Aurel Winter

in 1939.

“Everything is trivial once you know the proof.” — D. V. Widder

The first issue of Trivia Mathematica (Old Series) was never published. Trivia Mathematica (New Series) will be issed continuously in unbounded parts. Contributions may be written in Basic English, English BASIC, Poldavian, Peanese and/or Ish, and should be directed to the Editors at the Department of Metamathematics, University of the Bad Lands. Contributions will be neither acknowledged, returned, nor published.

The first issue will be dedicated to N. Bourbaki, John Rainwater, Adam Riese, O. P. Lossers, A. C. Zitronenbaum, Anon, and to the memory of T. Rado, who was not amused. It is expected to include the following papers.

- On the well-ordering of finite sets.
- A Jordan curve passing through no point on any plane.
- Fermat’s Last Theorem I: The case of even primes.
- Fermat’s Last Theorem II: A proof assuming no responsibility.
- On the topology im Kleinen of the null circle.
- On prime round numbers.
- The asymptotic behavior of the coefficients of a polynomial.
- The product of large consecutive integers is never a prime.
- Certain invariant characterizations of the empty set.
- The random walk on one-sided streets.
- The statistical independence of the zeros of the exponential.
- Fixed points in theorem space.
- On the tritangent planes of the ternary antiseptic.
- On the asymptotic distribution of gaps in the proofs of theorems in harmonic analysis.
- Proof that every inequation has an unroot.
- Sur un continu d’hypotheses qui equivalent a l’hypothese du continu.
- On unprintable propositions.
- A momentous problem for monotonous functions.
- On the kernels of mathematical nuts.
- The impossibility of the proof of the impossibility of a proof.
- A sweeping-out process for inexhaustible mathematicians.
- On transformations without sense.
- The normal distribution of abnormal mathematicians.
- The method of steepest descents on weakly bounding bicycles.
- Elephantine analysis and Giraffical representation.
- The twice-Born approximation.
- Pseudoproblems for pseudodifferential operations.

The Editors are pleased to announce that because of a timely subvention from the National Silence Foundation, the first issue will not appear.