Science writer explores the oddly brilliant world of mathematics in the TV show, The Simpsons

(AP Photo/Fox Broacasting Co., File)

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British science writer, Simon Singh, has written a book about a secret in The Simpsons that you may only notice if you paid attention in calculus class.

Over 25 seasons of animated silliness, there have been many incidences of mathematics genius.

Click 'Listen' to have your mind opened to the brilliance of The Simpsons.

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