Fermat says "“It is impossible for a cube to be a sum of two cubes, a fourth power to be a sum of two fourth powers, or in general for any number that is a power greater than the second to be the sum of two like powers."

As I see it Fermat's Last theorem involves triangles. That's because any a+b<c cannot form a triangle and cannot be raised to any power to be equal to c raised to the same power because any number raised to any power cannot be equal to a larger number raised to the same power. That solves FLT for all a+b<c. That fact is called trivial because it's so obvious. I would expect any mathematician to recognize that. Do you all recognize that? So When a+b=>c a, b, and c can form a triangle. Does that sound like crackpottery? I was called a crackpot and banned from physics forums for saying FLT involves triangles.They called that crackpottery. I posted some other things but the thread was closed and I was banned so fast I couldn't answer their mistakes. A mod of theirs wrote this

"Let a=1, b=1, and c=2 and 1/3

thus

a cubed + b cubed = c cubed."

I hope you all recognize how monumental that mistake is. I certainly would have pointed out such a gross mistake, and I'm sure they knew it and banned me before I could. I had pointed out several of their previous mistakes. They made a lot more mistakes of fact and mistakes of principles. I found them to be completely unprincipled.

I hope you're better than that here.

This discussion goes further but I want to see if you're up to recognizing at least the trivial facts illustrated above before I go on.