If you could choose to prove either that P = NP or that P ≠ NP, which would you pick? I'm not asking which you believe;

*you*can decide mathematical truth here. Given that you have the ability to prove either, which one would you rather prove?

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I'd much rather prove that P=NP, simply because that would be more perverse. Even better, I'd love to prove that NTIME(f(n)) ⊆ TIME(f(n)^100) but NTIME(f(n)) ⊈ TIME(f(n)^50). That would be both perverse

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