On May 7, 2012 4:27 pm, YBM wrote: > Inverse 19 mathematics a écrit : > > Is this a prime number. This is NOT the Primality formula but a > > initial quick Primality test. This number cannot ever be a Prime > > number because it is a summation total of a number 6897766. > > Big deal, NUTS! > > Last week you discovered what is trivial for anyone here (summation > formula), this week you've discoverd that n*(n+1)/2 is either a > multiple of n or n+1. > > Are you about to do another great discovery of this kind? What about > the sum of cubes and the square of sums I asked you last week? > > > Smart Alecs from the dead mathematics find out from your Pappas how > > to mathematicaly tell if the number is a summatation of a summate. > > What the hell is a summatation of a summate? > > > Now leave us alone, Sour grapes. We already have got what you do not > > tthe Primality formula, as well as a full alogarithm of Predictive > > Primality of prime numbers > > What the hell is a alogarithm? > > > CRAP RESEARCH ," By the grace of our self-deluded idiocy" V . CaMORON/ > > Theo DeNUTter > > But remember: > > Give us TWELVE HUNDREDS MILLIONS DOLLARDS and we will hide your shame > to the world, otherwise we will send a letter to all citizens of > Athens Wisconsin with a complete guide about how to ridicule kooks, > cranks, bigots and morons - with materials such as cream pies, tar > and barrels. > > Toto Von Lojee (MD), Jobvious Proof (GMBH), Nutty Drunk (ACME), > in the grace of our Lord the Flying Spaghetti Monster > (http://www.venganza.org/about/)
Give up and forget them. There is nothing else to do. You're wasting your time.