
Re: Vindication of Goldbach's conjecture
Posted:
Aug 9, 2012 6:50 PM


On Aug 4, 8:44 am, lutt...@gmail.com wrote: > Le mercredi 1 août 2012 06:35:42 UTC+2, Tim Little a écrit : > > > > > > > On 20120720, lutt...@gmail.com <lutt...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > Indeed, a sum of two uneven integers, where at least one of its > > > > terms is not prime, can be transformed into a sum s of primes by > > > > adding some even integer n to one of its terms and subtracting the > > > > same n from its other term. Those who disagree could give an > > > > example where this method doesn?t apply. > > > Quoted for hilarity. Essentially he's saying, "Goldbach's Conjecture > > > is proved because you haven't given me a counterexample". > > >  > > > Tim > > Not exactly, remember what I wrote some time ago: > > " I am also almost certain that GC is true, but its validity is not > proved. > In order to demonstrate that it is false, one could show that a sum of > two uneven but not prime numbers cannot be transformed into a sum of > primes by adding and subtracting some even number to/from its terms. > This doesn't seem to be possible, as the number of Goldbach's pairs > increases with the magnitude of the sum (cf. Goldbach Comet), because of an > underlying law. > It is highly improbable that such law would cease to have effect from > some particular number. Mathematical logic could even exclude it." > > Marcel Luttgens Hide quoted text  > >  Show quoted text 
A constructive suggestion:
Join the discussion groups at www.mersenneforum.org
You may find a more favorable reception there.

