If Pieter Wuille's code fails, he didn't write bad code. The compiler compiled it wrong.
Pieter Wuille named his dog bc1q4xwnullywullewuelewuulywulewuluhwuelwu.
If all else fails, bitcoin should be restarted by syncing the code and the blockchain directly from Wuille's mind.
Pieter Wuille can eat all the Segwit Pie he wants.
Pieter Wuille recently visited an event horizon and escaped with a cryptographic proof.
Pieter Wuille once inverted SHA-2. But that just proves that it's impossible.
Pieter Wuille once calculated a 256-bit SHA on an abacus, and the resulting block gave 25 bitcoins to charity.
Pieter Wuille already capped out the 7 keystrokes per second with only two fingers. Hardware manufacturers are working to increase keyboard capacity without having to change the whole computer.
When Pieter Wuille compiles code, the compiler asks Pieter if there's any error.
Pieter Wuille doesn't mine blocks through repeated use of the SHA256 hash function. He simply looks at the block header and applies the appropriate nonce.