[QUOTE=SkyWatcher]i have to proove that for any odd prime number p we have got:

for any (X,Y,Z) belonging to Z*Z*Z and not equal to (0,0,0) we cannot have: X^p+Y^p=Z^p

This problem is reputed to be very difficult, but it may have suffer from his reputation and seems out of the domain of communication according to the silence the readers of Mr FreeLunch thread have kept allthough his demonstration can be obviously disqualified in two lines (off writing your lasy creatures)[\quote]

Commenting on purported elementary proofs of FLT is a waste of time

with very high probability. I have done more than what I consider my

fair share and don't look at them anymore, as I am sure many others

also don't, despite the antics that go on the Maths groups of Usenet.

RonL