A Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem

Andrew Plotkin erkyrath at eblong.com
Sat Mar 27 23:16:49 EST 2004


In rec.arts.sf.science, ken <kpaulc@[remove]earthlink.net> wrote:
> 
> Fermat's Last Theorem is Easy to Prove.
> 
> The n = 2 case is Identical to the equation
> for a geometrical Square.
> 
> The diagonal of a Square is the hypotenuse
> of a Right-triangle, which, it has been Proven
> is Incommensurate with the sides of any Right-
> triangle - this Relationship between the sides
> and hypotenuse of a Right-triangle is Infinitely-
> precise.

A paragraph stunning in its vacuousness. I'm sure I'm not the first to
say so.

Folks, please do not crosspost replies to the crackpot. If you want to
get into an argument with him, pick a single newsgroup. Thank you.

(Followups reduced.)

--Z

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