if you let time be a spatial dimension, the morons win ... if you can't convert it, back.
> "Ordinarily he is insane. But he has lucid moments when he is > -- Heinrich Heine
thus&so; very funny, mister President -- and, I read a book like that! > > travel agent and say "get me door-to-door to the Library of Congress".
thus&so: well, what did he do, when he got to n=67? (sumorial ?-) > Fermat proved all successes of the exponent 2 are non-successes for exp.4. I would speculate that Fermat squared the square of the Pythagorean sides to get the fourth power he used in his proof, and that he used fractions in his own explorations. The ancients, I have read, used fractions. Number theory also simplifies overwhelming information.
thus&so: so, how about for base-3? -- not "sumorial," if that's not a pun. > "Generalization to digits beyond the first".