Has this turned into a thread of trying to find a math trick that Ether doesn’t know how to work it? If so, i want a chance to disprove it before he dose :).

according to google translate: It is a wonderful demonstration of what share of corruption. Shortness of this margin does not take

but that seems like it was lost a bit in the translation:p

It is actually taken from Fermat who wrote about a theorem (a^x + b^x = c^x has no integral solution set a,b,c for any integer value for x greater than 2) in the margins of a book in 1637. It is actually the description of the proof for this theorem which he came up with and it translates more accurately to

I have discovered a truly marvelous proof of this, which this margin is too narrow to contain.

unfortunately his proof seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth, assuming he even wrote it down.
Over the years people proved that it held true for specific exponents. It wasn’t until 1995 that it all came together in an extremely complex proof that was probably not what Fermat had in mind, but a general proof of the theorem non the less.

Sounds like the classic “I have discovered a truly marvelous proof of this, which this margin is too narrow to contain” from Fermat. Which, on investigating the Wikipedia entry on Fermat’s last theorem, is exactly what it is.