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Salary Theorem

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Everyone knows that the Salary Theorem establishes that engineers and scientists can NEVER earn as much money as businessmen, bosses and salesmen. Everyone knows that the Salary Theorem establishes that engineers and scientists can NEVER earn as much money as businessmen, bosses and salesmen.

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This theorem can be demostrated by reducing it to a simple mathematical equation:

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The equation rest on two postulates: Postulate No 1: Knowledge is Power Postulate No 2: Time is Money The equation rest on two postulates: Postulate No 1: Knowledge is Power Postulate No 2: Time is Money

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Every engineer knows: Power = Work / Time Because: Knowledge = Power and Time = Money Therefore we have : Knowledge = Work / Money Every engineer knows: Power = Work / Time Because: Knowledge = Power and Time = Money Therefore we have : Knowledge = Work / Money

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We can then easily obtain: Money = Work / Knowledge So when Knowledge goes towards zero, Money goes towards infinity, regardless of the value attributed to work, even if the value of work is very small. In the inverse, when Knowledge goes towards infinity, Money goes towards zero, even if the value of work is high. We can then easily obtain: Money = Work / Knowledge So when Knowledge goes towards zero, Money goes towards infinity, regardless of the value attributed to work, even if the value of work is very small. In the inverse, when Knowledge goes towards infinity, Money goes towards zero, even if the value of work is high.

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The evident conclusion: The less you know, the more money you make. The evident conclusion: The less you know, the more money you make.

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Those of you who had difficulity following this presentation must make a lot of money!

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