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Topic: THE SHORT HAND OF PRIME NUMBER DISTRIBUTION
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Re: THE SHORT HAND OF PRIME NUMBER DISTRIBUTION
Posted: Feb 8, 2013 12:14 PM
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On Friday February 8, 2013, hope...@frontier.com wrote:
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> The author has had several recently published papers and one is due on the spiral sets. This short paper is scientific Diaspora to those Scientists who are astute enough to understand the different beat of the primordial mathematics, not the usual mantra of elite science, which is askew.
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> The short hand of Prime number distribution:
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> Vinoo Cameron M.D, Hope research, Athens, Wisconsin
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> Abstract: This is a short paper to demonstrate how complacent scientists are and how complacent journals are. I honor IJAMR and JAS of all journals to grasp the short hand of Prime number, something mathematics has missed for a 1000 years. This is also made possible by a unique prime number sieve, that is continuous, the denOtter hope research continuous sieve for prime numbers. Whilst the discovery of large prime number does nothing for the understanding of prime numbers, the short hand does.
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> Key Words: Prime number distribution, failure of current mathematics.
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> Introduction : This is by its published manuscript, and does not need a 100 days of review and refereeing , it is simple , it is clear , it is straight forward, its function is curved, called Chan function by us , to honor the Chinese contribution
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> The long hand: This is by infinite cords , the author will give only a short example , I believe the mathematicians are capable of figuring out the rest, because it is simple. It also confirms a correct sieve. Kindly review the published references, listed below.
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> (19*13)+(19*16)=29*19 =(29*19)+(29*18)=(29*37)=(29*37)+(37*14)+(43*16)=43*53
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> Short hand: This is infinite 13+16=29:19+18=37:29+14=43:37+16=53
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> Conclusion: This is a shortest paper in the history of Current mathematics; it makes for more understanding of mathematics, than the convolution of your George Riemanns and all the jokery of mathematics. I am afraid that the western mathematics has led the rest of the world astray by their Spartan attitudes of the last 500 years that has convoluted Mathematics
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> References
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> [1] Cameron .V, The disproof and fall of the Riemann?s hypothesis by quadratic base: The correct variable distribution of prime numbers by the clear mathematics of the half-line values (?Chan function?) of prime numbers, International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (1) (2013) 103-110.
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> [2] Cameron V, den Otter T. Prime numbers 2012. Jam Sci 2012; 8(7):329-334]. (ISSN: 1545-1003), http://www.jofamericanscience.org.
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> [3] Cameron V, Prime number Coordinates and calculus J Am Sci, 2012; 8(10):9-10]. (ISSN: 1545-1003).http://www.jofamericanscience.org
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> [4].Prime number19, Vedic Zero and the fall of western mathematics by theorem. International journal of applied mathematical research 2(1) (2013)111-115
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> Acknowledgements
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> 1. My Lord Jesus Christ, by his special grace to me, specially the teaching of humility and clarity.
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> 2. Dr. Hong Ma editor of Journal of American science who was humble / decent to me and understood creativity in Science, he is instrumental in giving us confidence.
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> 3. IJAMR, and Professor B Bathia, for very decent understanding obtuse mathematics in succinct fashion


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