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CONFIRMED: All Prime numbers now can be sequestered in arranged spirals around a halfline (+2) . PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ( ANNALS), AND IJAMR HAS THE COORDINATES
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CONFIRMED: All Prime numbers now can be sequestered in arranged spirals around a halfline (+2) . PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ( ANNALS), AND IJAMR HAS THE COORDINATES
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Jul 1, 2013 10:25 AM


The whole set up is based around the Pythagoras 1:3 at 1/3 and 2/3 transection of all space. The final paper at Princeton/ Annals , IJAMR is titled "Poison Pill to current mathematics , delivered"
This is made possible by the Grace of Christ, and the inspiring humilty of Mother Mary, in a non religious manner
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