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Topic: THESIS ON PRIME NUMBERS PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY, UNIFIED THEOREM TO FOLLOW
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THESIS ON PRIME NUMBERS PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY, UNIFIED THEOREM TO FOLLOW
Posted: Mar 8, 2013 11:15 AM
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International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (2) (2013) 157-174
©Science Publishing Corporation
www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/IJAMR
The rational variability of all empty space by prime numbers
The new mathematics of primordial 1:3 and ?Chan? function of prime numbers
Part 1: the curved ?Chan? function of prime numbers
Vinoo Cameron
Hope Research, Athens, Wisconsin, USA
E-mail: Hope9900@frontier.Com
Abstract


Additionally the rational variability of the prime number spirals looks like this:"Listen you mathematicians of the old mathematics the days of "Golly Wog" mathematiccs are numbered, current mathematics is still playing "Vera Lin, 78s" and giving Knighthoods for little. Wake up! , the end is near for your great ones as the Unified Theorem is published soon

19 is zero and the polarity changes at 19, this matches with the actual values obtained directly

(19*16)+19*0 =304 (19*16)
(23*16)-23*2=322(23*14)
(29*16)+29*2=522(29*18)
(59*16)+59*4=1180(59*20)
(89*16)+89*6=1958(89*22)
(83*16)+83*8=1992(83*24)
(317*16)+317*10=8241(317*26)
(127*16)+127*12=3556(127*28)
(199*16)+199*14=5970(59*30)
(113*16)+113*16=3616(113*32)
(331*16)+331*18=11254(331*34
Thank you in the greace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the begining and the end



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