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counter examples that refutes the theory on a normal computer calculator!
For the sake of magic in numbers Mr. Seyed M. Ghaem-Maghami(firstname.lastname@example.org)-- famous Mystic, Psychomologist and Medical Intuitionist -- who lives in Ottawa, Canada,introduced the following numerical examples, as counter examples that refutes the theory on a normal computer calculator. He claims that he has obtained them by using his psychomological skills. He has also found numerical examples that would do the same thing on a normal pocket-size calculators.
The following sets of numbers refute the Fermat's Last Theory on a normal P.C calculator: 1) [(3100)^6]^5+ [(3100)^5]^5= (887,503,681,000,000,000,620)^5
2)[(2100)^6]^5+ [(2100)^5]^5=(85766121000000000420)^5 He also has revealed that the smallest number that will do the same as above examples is 1490 using the same powers as above examples (notice that the above answers are only about 20 digits and a normal P.C calculator displays up to 36 digits with 32 digits in accuracy, see it for yourself on your own P.C calculator).
The above notes were posted here with Mr. Seyed M. Ghaemmaghami Permission.Please feel free to post the exact notes above in any where you like. Singed and posted by Unblindloveunions. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Unblindloveunions (talk • contribs) 05:50, August 29, 2007 (UTC)
I fear Mr. Seyed M. Ghaem-Maghami has screwed up pretty badly. I've responded on the user's talk page, and if further discussion is required, I'd rather continue it there. Somehow I feel that this has little to do with the subject of the article, and would therefore be better removed. (Blimey, and that said by a person making his 5th Wikipedia edit ever.) 126.96.36.199 (talk) 17:48, 3 September 2010 (UTC)