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Topic: THESIS ON PRIME NUMBERS PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY, UNIFIED
THEOREM TO FOLLOW

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James Waldby

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Re: THESIS ON PRIME NUMBERS PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY, UNIFIED
THEOREM TO FOLLOW

Posted: Mar 11, 2013 1:52 PM
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On Mon, 11 Mar 2013 11:12:15 +0000, Robin Chapman wrote:

> On 08/03/2013 16:15, hope9900@frontier.com wrote:
>> International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (2) (2013) 157-174
>
> 100 euros per paper to publish there
>

>> ©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

>
> Oddly omitted by Mr Cameron, but begins
> "
> This mathematics manuscript has no conjecture, and the values of the
> half-line prime number are absolute and of simple pure mathematics by
> dual spiral cords that clearly spell out the distributive form of Prime
> numbers. The very clear half-line values for each prime numbers are made
> indirectly by using our continuous sieve of prime numbers ( Den
> otter/Hope research sieve) or any other risky prime sieve .Half-line
> values for each prime number are constant by an ascension order ( 19=16
> for instance). This is also done directly using the quadratic base to
> derive the variability, and the values of sets are constant. We have
> shown the characteristics of Prime numbers genesis and distribution, by
> clear sublime mathematics, that no living mathematician can question as
> the values are absolutely clear and that this is the way the creator
> created the prime numbers ...
> "


Well, at least it isn't just word salad ... more like word casserole.

--
jiw



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