# Findings:

- noisy channel
- Discovery Channel Eco-Challenge
- Channel 9
- channel protein
- cut and paste coding
- Coding For E2: E2 Syntax
- Infinite monkeys theorem
- Green's Theorem
- proof of Diophantus' theorem on Pythagorean triples
- Nyquist's Theorem
- Infinite Shakespeare theorem
- Bernstein's Theorem
- Weierstrass's theorem
- Primary decomposition theorem
- a generalization of the fundamental theorem of symmetric functions
- The Fantasy Channel
- Donchian channels
- potassium channel activator
- coding inertia
- Best Practices in Coding
- Central Limit Theorem
- third isomorphism theorem
- proof of the fundamental theorem on symmetric polynomials
- Theorems whose names sound like Robert Ludlum novel titles
- Radon's theorem
- p-series theorem
- Earnshaw's Theorem
- monotone convergence theorem
- independent film channel
- the Hitler Channel
- coding DNA
- The clouds were noisy and in the way
- Fundamental theorem of algebra
- The Hilbert Basis Theorem
- Cantor-Schröder-Bernstein Theorem
- Gödel's Second Incompleteness Theorem explained in words of one syllable
- Morera's theorem
- proof of Brouwer's fixed point theorem
- Tychonoff Theorem
- Fibre Channel
- Sega Channel
- calcium channel blocker
- Deep sound channel
- clone-and-hack coding
- Coding for E2: Finding the Code
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Stokes' Theorem
- Cayley-Hamilton Theorem
- Cook's theorem
- Gauss' Theorem
- Myhill-Nerode Theorem
- Fermat's Theorem
- spectral theorem
- Weierstrass approximation theorem
- premium channel
- Discovery Channel Commercial: Meteor
- Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop
- My hips channel George Washington
- Coding a Transhuman AI
- noisy (user)
- proof of the third isomorphism theorem
- Sylow's theorem
- de Moivre's Theorem
- Caratheodory's theorem
- Bloch's theorem
- Frobenius' theorem
- algebraic addition theorem
- Channel 41
- Clear Channel
- The channels switch, but it's all television.
- coding region
- A noisy noise annoys an oyster
- Game proof of the Baire Category Theorem
- Fundamental theorem of finite abelian groups
- Chinese remainder theorem
- The Joy of Money Theorem
- Arrow's Impossibility Theorem
- Pascal's theorem
- Los' theorem
- Stokes's Theorem
- fibre channel fabric
- Space Channel 5
- You are live on Channel 4, please do not swear
- Hard coding date-sensitive information in a handle
- coding for e2
- Gödel's theorem applied to God
- Skolem-Löwenheim theorems
- Wilson's theorem
- Wald's theorem
- Pick's theorem
- shoe-sock theorem
- Kutta-Joukowski lift theorem
- implicit function theorem
- The infinite monkeys investment theorem
- Channel 4
- IRC channels that have absolutely nothing to do with their names
- Channel 4's 100 Greatest Films
- Gospel Music Channel
- coding frame
- Noisy
- Baire category theorem
- popularity of isomorphism theorems
- Banach-Tarski Theorem
- Sierpinski's Theorem
- proof of Radon's theorem
- Helmholtz vorticity theorems
- Brent's theorem
- Hahn-Banach theorem
- The Discovery Channel
- The Discovery Channel Catalog
- Channel Islands National Park
- #ChangeTheChannel - The Channel Awesome Implosion
- Facial Action Coding System
- classification theorem of finite simple groups
- Frobenius-Konig theorem
- Cauchy-Goursat Theorem
- Median voter theorem
- Ehrenfest's Theorem
- compactness theorem
- Plancherel's Theorem
- Fox News Channel
- Subliminal Channel
- The Downer Channel
- chopped and channeled
- why coding, bash and IRC don't mix
- Nucleic Knights sung in through the coding of caffeinated lights
- Upwards Skolem-Löwenheim theorem
- Fermat's little theorem
- factor theorem
- Goodstein's theorem
- Fredholm alternative theorem
- Divergence Theorem
- Kronecker's Theorem
- Riemann's rearrangement theorem
- Channel 5
- Micro Channel
- Channel 4's Alternative Christmas Message
- The Channel Chuckles
- Coding Versus Scripting
- rank nullity theorem
- proof of Sylow's theorem
- NSA: proof of Sierpinski's theorem
- Sklansky's Fundamental Theorem of Poker
- Fluctuation-dissipation theorem
- Taylor's theorem for complex functions
- Castigliano's 2nd Theorem
- multinomial theorem
- delta channel
- Make Me a Channel of Your Peace
- coding music
- Learn to Program: Philosophies of Coding
- Gödel's incompleteness theorem
- Lagrange's Theorem
- Euler's theorem
- Bolzano-Weierstrass Theorem
- Rational Root Theorem
- Theorem of Menelaus
- no cloning theorem
- Minimax theorem
- channel op
- Channel V
- channel grease
- Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System
- coding drunk
- Sard's theorem
- Downwards Skolem-Löwenheim theorem
- Wedderburn's theorem about finite division rings
- Heine-Borel Theorem
- Gershgorin's theorem
- Riesz-Fisher Theorem
- Five neighbour theorem
- isomorphism extension theorem
- Re-expansion Theorem
- video music channels
- Spice Channel
- SOFAR channel
- The Shite Channel
- arithmetic coding
- noisy neighbors
- Myhill / Nerode Theorem
- more unknowns theorem
- invertible matrix theorem

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