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Topic: 2nd type of Prime Number discovered
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jsavard@ecn.ab.ca

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Re: 2nd type of Prime Number discovered
Posted: Oct 26, 2010 8:21 PM
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On Oct 22, 9:05 am, rom...@sbcglobal.net wrote:
> 2nd type of Prime Number discovered from the Prime sums.

Prime numbers don't lie on the line x+iy where y equals 1/2. The
*zeroes* of the Riemann zeta function do. It is connected to prime
numbers, but I'm afraid that your web page doesn't appear to have
anything to do with analytic number theory, or make any sense.

John Savard



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