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Topic: Chapt2 summary of seven proofs that 10^603 is Infinity border
#1130 Correcting Math 3rd ed

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 plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com Posts: 7,401 Registered: 3/31/08
primes near pi-integer Re: Chapt3 zone of algebraic completeness
#1150 Correcting Math 3rd ed

Posted: Nov 15, 2011 2:23 PM

Alright, I have no doubts that Infinity border is 10^603, but perhaps
we can sharpen that up to
be more precise as to what number integer is that borderline. Or,
perhaps it is a borderband rather
than a crisp sharp line.

In one of the proofs, Infinity is where we have all the true geometry
theorems such as Euler Polyhedra
formula. In order to have Euler Polyhedra formula as true, then pi has
to be evenly divisible by 5!=120 for three digits in a row in pi which
is the 603rd digit

pi = 3.14159..32000

Now that as integer is

314159..32000

Now if we are required to have a prime near that integer for a Galois
finite field theory, the
obvious place to look for a prime is -1 and +1 of that pi-integer.
These are the numbers 314159..32001 and 314159..31999. Are either
prime? Perhaps both are twin primes? ?And we have to also consider
primes near phi and e-integers.

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