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5/24/17
1 Read Re: Quotes about the Ancient Greeks by many ... Me
5/24/17
1 Read Re: Clueless John -- Did glue sniffing kill 99.999... % of his brain cells? Dan Christensen
5/24/17
1 Read How dependent was Wiles FLT on Euler's so called proof for exp3?? plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
5/24/17
4 Read How Einsteinians Win Grants Pentcho Valev
5/24/17
2 Read Re: I CANT SLEEP!! ...LITERALLY! ....... I fall asleep and wake up
5mins later to massive Tooth Ache!!
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5/24/17
22 Read Re: Fermat's Last theorem short proof bassam king karzeddin
5/24/17
23 Read Does a proof of FLT exist without having to prove Beal first?? I
guess no!!
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5/24/17
19 Read How many sci.mathers are (Extinct persons) now? bassam king karzeddin
5/24/17
1 Read Re: The very juvenile axioms of Peano the Spaghetti head moron. Me
5/24/17
1 Read proof of Fundamental Theorem of Algebra in one sentence--1/x^2 = -1,
thus 1/0 = sqrt-1 so that 1/polyonomial = constant guarantees one solution always
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
5/24/17
3 Read why not make the better choice-- sqrt-1 is 1/0 and not some imaginary
entity//Fundamental theorem of Algebra
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
5/24/17
1 Read FLT proved in one sentence-- a unique AMI exists 2+2=2*2=2^2 which
builds the smallest solution 3,4,5 in exp2, no higher exp has a AMI, hence,
no solution
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
5/24/17
3 Read FLT proof in one sentence-- when you have a AMI 2+2=2*2=2^2, then you
have a smallest triple 3,4,5, only one in exp2, no other exponent
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
5/24/17
6 Read Re: What is the definition of an arbitrary angle? wonder! Guest
5/24/17
1 Read zeta conjecture proof me
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