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pete mcclure

I do think The Artist has a role to inspire mathematicians/scientists and indeed good artists with a well developed imagination (eg:S.F. writers) are capable of a bit of latteral thinking and finding novel ways of solving problems.

I am not mathematically/scientifically qualified but in the past have solved geometric problems (that others more qualified than me claimed was impossible) that have led to paintings/images eg: "Penrose's Conundrum"..."Puzzle No.2"..."Mcclure's Matrix"..."Modular Matrix"...which are just a few examples...

Bending with the wind

The Taoist gathers water...

In a straw hat

Best regards pete mcclure.

PS: contrary to common held belief i do not think that Fermat's last Theorem has been proved because when we are dealing with infinitely large numbers a lot mathematical laws do not apply (in the heart of my very being i know the theorem to be false) equally with infinitely small particles the known laws of physics do not apply...it is the duty of any mathematicl/scientific enquiry to search for "the exception that proves the rule"...