# Fermat Last Theorem and Riemann Hypothesis theological proof

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The humankind is not yet done with Fermat's Last Theorem: Colin McLarty, What does it take to prove Fermat's last theorem? Grothendieck and the logic of number theory,'' Bulletin of Symbolic Logic {\bf 16}(3), 359--377 (2010). It is not yet rigorously proven!

According to the definition of Omniscience, there are two types of knowledge: found and not found. But since the word KNOWLEDGE is defined as what someone knows, then there must be Omniscient Being (All-Knowing One). We all strive for omniscience. The moment you would know everything about everything, you would understand that the Omniscient Being exists. Therefore, accept now: Omniscient Being exists, and ask Him for the gift of Omniscience. If the All-Knowing One exists, then He knows about His existence. Therefore, among the knowledge that can be acquired, there is knowledge about the existence of the All-Knowing One.

The rejection of the Fermat's Last Theorem one way or another raises question of the 4 numbers (n,a,b,c=?) of the counter-example. Because there are infinite amount of integers, the probability to pick correct ones is absolutely zero. Thus, the Omniscient one can not answer the question of counter-example, if the Fermat's theorem is wrong. We came to contradiction, thus, the Fermat's Theorem is right.

The same line of reasoning proves the Riemann Hypothesis.

But the conclusion from everything must be done as follows: If Fermat's Theorem or the Riemann Hypothesis is not true, then it has an infinite number of counterexamples. And since a very huge array of numbers on the super-computer was substituted into these hypotheses, but a counter-example was not found (unlike cases n=1, n=2), the probability of the hypothesis being false is almost zero. For example, the density of counter-examples (due to the lack of information about the probability distribution function) is associated with the probability of a constant horizontal line. And if so, then indeed, the probability of failure of the hypotheses is completely calculable and is almost zero.

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2. ### PruePhillip Well-Known Member

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Are you saying that Fermat's Last Theorem has NOT BEEN PROVEN?
Didn't someone prove it about 10-15 years ago?

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3. ### Mock Turtle Asinine, socialist-leaning, puerile filth Premium Member

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You must be getting out of bed and looking at a very different world than me. Good grief!

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4. ### Polymath257 Think & Care Staff MemberPremium Member

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Yes, in 1995.

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5. ### Polymath257 Think & Care Staff MemberPremium Member

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NB: Probability zero is not the same as not happening when infinite sets are considered.

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6. ### Bob the Unbeliever Well-Known Member

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To sum up: Semantics, due to the sometimes silly definition of terms, seems to imply a Cosmic Creator.

Hmmm... Cause And Effect? Could it be? Language Use, from a mostly Theist Culture, would tend to create words that include God Concepts?

One wonders...

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The Truth hurts. But it is good. Welcome to Scientific Reality.

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The observer interpretation of Quantum Mechanics -- is my title of the paper, rejected in all journals.

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Yes, but to pick 4 right numbers out of infinite set is not possible, if to pick it blindly.

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News to you: reality works on proper definitions. Please demonstrate, that my text is silly.

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11. ### Bob the Unbeliever Well-Known Member

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Perhaps it's not some World Wide Plot to keep your "findings" suppressed?

If all scientific journals reject your paper? Maybe it's not the journals? Maybe ... it's your paper?

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12. ### Bob the Unbeliever Well-Known Member

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See my preceding post.

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13. ### Bob the Unbeliever Well-Known Member

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False. If there are an infinite number of pick events?

Then not only will you pick the exact same 4 numbers?

You will pick them an infinite number of times...

Ooops!

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14. ### Bob the Unbeliever Well-Known Member

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Your "proof" hinged on the silly notion that because theorems were described as "found" that autoMAGICALLY meant that the had to be a MAGIC repository that "held" them until they were "found".

That is a very silly argument of semantics. You are attempting to bootstrap the accidental usage of the word "found" into some Cosmic Meaning.

100% without showing a single reason to do so.

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15. ### Mock Turtle Asinine, socialist-leaning, puerile filth Premium Member

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Well, if that happened with me (extremely unlikely of course) I would take stock and reflect that I might just possibly be wrong in what I seem to believe. And hence - back to the drawing board.

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16. ### Bob the Unbeliever Well-Known Member

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DING! DING! DING! DING! DING! DING! DING!

We Have a WINNAH! Please step into the ring and raise your hand in victory!

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17. ### beenherebeforeagain Rogue Animist Premium Member

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Can we see the abstract and first section of your paper?

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No, the paper is strong. I am cursed by a witch.

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19. ### beenherebeforeagain Rogue Animist Premium Member

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Thank you.

Really? You think you have been cursed, and that is why your article isn't accepted? Okay, let's run with that for a moment...you are aware that there are steps you can take to protect yourself, right? To negate a curse? You might need to consult with another witch or warlock, but there are tools available in magick to negate this excuse...

Okay, on to the paper. First, you say that multiple journals have rejected your article. What did the editors say in their rejections? It's important to note their criticisms, respond to them with revisions to your paper, and follow their suggestions. Have you tried presenting a poster at an international or even a regional conference to get feedback from others in the field?

Third, and this is based on my reading the portion of the paper you posted, is that you don't seem to lay out and develop the theoretical and conceptual basis for your paper in sufficient detail: why is your approach better than any of the other approaches out there?

Finally, I would suggest that you may be trying to address too many topics at once...perhaps you should focus on one aspect (such as time) to show how your approach does a better job than any other approaches.

Okay, there's my two cents' worth...

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20. ### Hubert Farnsworth Well-Known Member

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I'm giving your "proof" an F.

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