Back in the 50's, when I was a math professor at Columbia, I discovered an interesting principle that could be used as an application in card magic. I called it "The Solayme Principle". And even though I PUBLISHED IT IN ARMAGEDDON, JUNE 1957, all the credit went to some bozo named Norman Gilbreath, WHO DIDN'T PUBLISH UNTIL JULY 1957!!! Since then, it has always been referred to as the "Gilbreath Principle". Well I'm finally going to put this matter to rest once and for all. THAT IDEA WAS MINE, I DID THE MATH, AND HE STOLE IT!!!
So next time you do an effect using this principle, just remember who came up with it: ME, THAT'S WHO!!! It's about time people gave it its proper name: "The Solayme Principle".