The case n = 2 is often illustrated by saying that at any moment there is always a pair of antipodal points on the Earth's surface with equal temperature and equal barometric pressure. This assumes that temperature and barometric pressure vary continuously.
The BorsukUlam Theorem was first conjectured by Stanislaw Ulam. It was proved by Karol Borsuk[?] in 1933.
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