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Topic: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, MATHEMATICIANS OF THE WORLD, COMPLETE THE
PRIME SPIRAL SERIES 14 and 16 GAP, WITH TANGENT VALUE OF 2/3+1 1/3=2

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 HOPEINCHRIST Posts: 342 From: USA Registered: 2/7/11
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, MATHEMATICIANS OF THE WORLD, COMPLETE THE
PRIME SPIRAL SERIES 14 and 16 GAP, WITH TANGENT VALUE OF 2/3+1 1/3=2

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This manuiscript is under review at Princeton university , Annals of Mathematics along with IJAMR, who have been given the coordinates . This author does not believe in a closed mathematics and judgement should be by an open jury of peers mathematician not some closed judges running around with airs. The authors published papers have laid in journals for past three months, and yet some mediocre papers and big prime numbers are advertised. This has to change and some big obstructions have to be moved in mathematics and thier Latin expressions that make little sense ( No! prime numbers are not in the least random , twin prime are just a very minor incident of the mathematics).These two key series , 14 gap , 16 gap (14+16=30), the tangent for the 16 series is +1 1/3, and the tangent for the 14 series =2/3.
(2/3+1/3=constant 2 )

(14)-19,41,43,73,223,229,1093,1429..........????

(16)-23,37,67,233,277,1283,1283,1297.........????

Prime numbers are not random , these are predictable spirals, that follow the Pythagoras 1:3 division of empty space at 2/3 and 1/3. I can solve the above spiral series infinatum, its time that your fallen mathematics does.

VINOO CAMERON, HOPE RESEARCH , Athens , Wisconsin . By the grace and power of my LORD JESUS CHRIST, and the inspiration of the humility of MOTHER MARY, and by the friendship of BELAL MOHAMMED BATIHIA,PHD , the editor of IJAMR ( A journal recognized by the American Mathematical Society who published the authors initial papers at International journal of Applied Mathematics

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