
Big Phi: secondroot(phi plus two)  no regular tetragona were suffered to find Brun's constant!
Posted:
Apr 29, 2013 11:55 PM


I am pedagogical about "secondpowering & secondrooting," partly because of Bucky, but I took it further to the obvious simplciity of using the unitdiameter sphere as the proper standard of mensuration, whereas Bucky was justifiably all on about the Godam tetrahedron. actually, there sphere & tetrahedron/tetraasteron are really the same thing, in plenty of ways.
cf, the "lunes proof" of the pythagorean theorem, clearly the original proof  even if Hippocrates (not, though, the medical one) came after Pythagoras  and extend it to the two spatial analogs.
> do you find it surprising, that phi is involved?... > > I wonder if the other guy has not already gotten a recurrence > relation to generate the twin primes, akin to Lucas sequences. > > yes, I'm sure it is the correct formula, although > I would now put it somehwat differently, > as an explicit "constitutional equation > for Big Phi or Brun's constant," or how ever it should be said.

