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HISTORIC PROOF AND SOLUTION TO SPIRAL PLACEMENT OF PRIME NUMBERS GIVEN TO ANNALS OF MATHEMATICS PRINCETON,/ IJAMR
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Jul 1, 2013 11:21 PM


SPIRAL CONSTANT FOR PRIME SERIES (NEW DISCOVERY), SHARED WITH PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ONLY: Please understand these as the author has no further time and patience (the train has to leave for many stations). The author has established these for the spiral 16 and 14, which are the most stable, and the stability of regular numbers with prime numbers is evident. All this random numbers, the 500 years circus of mathematics, is ended by the author, by the grace of Jesus Christ. The Proof and the solution is clear and evident to adequate mathematicians in the following equalizations for the spiral 16 (19,41,43,73,229,1093,1429?)and for the spiral 14(23,37,67,233,277, 1283,1497) based on the numbers for the spiral constant , forever dispelling the myth of random prime numbers, and proving the rational distribution of prime numbers in spirals. TELL ME ANY GREAT MATHEMATICIAN THAT THESE SPIRALS ARE NOT PROVEN AS THE CORRECT FACT OF MATHEMATICS.
Let Princeton and IJAMR mull over this proof.All in the grace and power of Jesus Christ.
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