Comment: Yes, the creator

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Yes, the creator

is irrelevant.

There are mathematical theorems that I bet you don't know who created, yet these theorems have been used as the basis for even more complex theorems.

The creator of a theorem is irrelevant. All that matters is whether or not the theorem can be proven to work.

Does the Pythagorean theorem matter that it came from Pythagoras and not Bob? Would a^2 + b^2 not equal c^2?