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Topic: MASSIVE PRIME SPIRAL CALCULUS UNRAVELLED : GRIDS GIVEN TO JOURNALS
INCLUDING PRINCETON ,ANNALS OF MATHEMATICS)

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HOPEINCHRIST

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MASSIVE PRIME SPIRAL CALCULUS UNRAVELLED : GRIDS GIVEN TO JOURNALS
INCLUDING PRINCETON ,ANNALS OF MATHEMATICS)

Posted: Jun 27, 2013 6:20 PM
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.. Things are unravelling fast .The findings are so massive that I have had to Diaspora these , sans protocol. There is no prime number mystery left after all this is published soon . Prime numbers are arranged around a half-line by gaps of 10,12, 14, 16, 18, 20,22,24,26,28,30......... these are all predictable by mathematical grid developed by hope research, which has been today given to Princeton Annals of Mathematics.

The basic non- number coordinates of the Spiral are 1/3, 2/3 , 1/6 , 5/6. We expect to have it published at the Annals of Mathematics , and IJAMR, which published our base papers, although you never know the power of ego in the mathematics, mathematicians may be slow to concede defeat or bring down the entrenched theories. Also it is "poppy cock" that Prime number are random ,which is testimony of the wrong approach to prime numbers over 500 years of Math History.

By the very grace and power of Jesus Christ and the Mother Mary.( Jesus respects all true religions)

Vinoo Cameron June 27 2013



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