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Topic: INTRODUCTION TO THE END CALCULUS OF PRIME NUMBER SPIRAL DISTRIBUTION
( END CALCULUS TO BE PUBLISHED SOON)

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INTRODUCTION TO THE END CALCULUS OF PRIME NUMBER SPIRAL DISTRIBUTION
( END CALCULUS TO BE PUBLISHED SOON)

Posted: Jul 13, 2013 12:57 PM
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INTRODUCTION TO RUDIMENTARY END CALCULUS OF PRIME NUMBER SPIRALS.
This is for sample spiral 16 numbers, 19 and 1093.

There is no such thing as Random Prime numbers that is an unfortunate imaginary invention of current mathematics over the last 500 years. Unfortunately the author has had to baby feed the elite universities, before they would swallow the poison pill (medicine for their mathematics). It?s a ? No Brainer? explanation to the elite like Princeton , Harvard etc that prime numbers are not random , they have specific form , and are measurable by their gaps, rather that their innate numerical power. Get rid of the current Mantra of Prime numbers , Large prime numbers is stupis because in all of mathematics the base decides ( like the Chan point at 19/23), Are your universities that stupid or what. Then you try and publish great papers like that of Princeton Annals ( ZHANG) based on linear ascension, sure it will be concordant , but concordant to what!!!

PRIME NUMBER19:

17+19+21=57
13+19+29=61

21+13=34
29+17=46
46-34= (12)

17+13=30
29+21=50
50-30= (20)

20+12=32(C for spiral 16)
20-12=8(C for spiral 16)

PRIME NUMBER 1093:

1091+1093+1095=3279
1087+1093+1103=3283

1087+1095=2182
1103+1091=2194
2194-2182= (12)

1091+1087=2178
1095+11032198
2198-2178=20
20+12=32(C for spiral 16)
20-12=8(C for spiral 16)

Vinoo Cameron MD, A Servant of Jesus Christ, We will completely bring down current mathematics in the fullness of time.










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