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Topic: RESPECTED PRINCETON UNIVERSITY RESPECTFULLY BESEECHED ON MATHEMATICS
( TRANSPARENCY)

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RESPECTED PRINCETON UNIVERSITY RESPECTFULLY BESEECHED ON MATHEMATICS
( TRANSPARENCY)

Posted: Jul 5, 2013 11:50 AM
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Editors Annals of Mathematics( Princeton), Editor IJAMR


For the sake of Mathematics!!, this is being published by IJAMR, who has published the base mathematics in thier wisdom ( respected a useless pebble such as me). I have already completly, both directly and indirectly sequestered all prime numbers without exception by thier placement as Tangent curve and will publish them for any arrogant ones left after this manuscript is installed for all the worlds mathematicians. The Linear ascension of Prime numbers as delineated by current theory is not functional mathematics or the reality of it, and is no longer relevant.

Editor Belal Mohammed Batiha PHD is my trusted liason and well respected mathematically. Work this out please and so that Princeton University for the purpose of Diaspora also publishes this manuscript, without any revision . I have respected all people , all religions and given due respect to the the great ones such as Princeton , but I remain a servant of my Lord Jesus Christ with all my intellect.

Vinoo Cameron M.D.



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