Posted: 6/1/2003 6:00:24 AM EDT
A theorem both deep and profound,
States that every circle is round.
In a paper by 'storm
Where great insight is born,
A counterexample is found!



A fan of Paul Erdös?



I've read it 4 times and I get nothing.
Does this require drugs?



All I can think of is a Mobius strip.


I have no useful skills, therefore I supervise.

The equation has no solution for nonzero integers x, y, and z if n is an integer greater than 2.
At the highest level, the proof is extremely simple to understand, since it follows from just 2 theorems: Theorem A: If there is a solution (x, y, z, n) to the Fermat equation, then the elliptic curve defined by the equation
is semistable but not modular.
Theorem B: All semistable elliptic curves with rational coefficients are modular.



Yes, but this is contradicted by Green's Theorem of the Plain: "The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain."



I hate math



Commandant of His Majesty's Flying Monkey Brigades
FL, USA


"I awaken each day in a mood not of happiness or confidence, but in one of barelyconcealed irritation and foreboding at what foolishness, knavery and hokum I’m about to see in the world about me."

Think about this:
a. The number of physicians in the US is 700,000
b. Accidental deaths caused by physicians each year is 120,000+
c. Accidental deaths per physician is 0.171 . ( US Dept. of Health & Human Services )
d. If you are a convicted felon and pass the State Medical Board exam, you can be a licensed, practicing physician when nobody else will give you a job.
Then think about this:
a. The number of gun owners in the US is 80,000,000 (thats 80 million)
b. The number of accidental gun deaths per year (all age groups) is 1,500
c. The number of accidental gun deaths per gun owner is .0000188 .
d. If you are a convicted felon, the State will put you in jail for having a gun.
Statistically, doctors are approximately 9,000 times more dangerous than gun owners.
FACT: NOT EVERYONE HAS A GUN, BUT EVERYONE HAS AT LEAST ONE DOCTOR.
Now don't you think it is odd that they are in Washington crying about the cost of their Malpractice insurance?
PS. As a public health measure I have withheld the statistics on Attorneys for fear that the shock could cause people to seek medical attention.




"What if CAT really spelled DOG?" (Ogre in Revenge of the Nerds)
"Whoa that's deep Ogre!"


"Montani semper liberi"  Mountaineers are always free

Originally Posted By sckoyrsht:
I've read it 4 times and I get nothing.
Does this require drugs? View Quote 

My opinion is more important than your opinion. But that's just my opinion.

From any gun related board with a population =>100:
xy=z
where:
x=number of members
y=0.97
z=number of feds, mjtf, state doj, agent provocateurs





Originally Posted By GabbasaurusRex:
You're a BBQ cock tease. 
I like the way you place things into context, Falcon2.



The following statement is false: The previous statement was true.


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Originally Posted By realist:
The equation has no solution for nonzero integers x, y, and z if n is an integer greater than 2.
At the highest level, the proof is extremely simple to understand, since it follows from just 2 theorems: Theorem A: If there is a solution (x, y, z, n) to the Fermat equation, then the elliptic curve defined by the equation
is semistable but not modular.
Theorem B: All semistable elliptic curves with rational coefficients are modular. View Quote 


I'm studying applied mathematics, and I'm not certain if I should be scared or glad that I don't know WTF realist is talking about.



Originally Posted By realist:
The equation has no solution for nonzero integers x, y, and z if n is an integer greater than 2.
At the highest level, the proof is extremely simple to understand, since it follows from just 2 theorems: Theorem A: If there is a solution (x, y, z, n) to the Fermat equation, then the elliptic curve defined by the equation
is semistable but not modular.
Theorem B: All semistable elliptic curves with rational coefficients are modular. View Quote 


Originally Posted By metalstorm:
A theorem both deep and profound,
States that every circle is round.
In a paper by 'storm
Where great insight is born,
A counterexample is found! View Quote 


Originally Posted By TWHaz:
Every square is 1/6 of a cube.[thinking]
How many circles to make a sphere?[slap] View Quote 

World Peace sucks!
Fight for World Freedom! 
Thanks, keep me honest.
I need more Math.



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