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5 MILLION DOLLAR BASALT MUSEUM BENCHES TO ACCOMPANY THE MASSIVE END CALCULUS GRID OF UPCOMING MATHEMATICS PUBLICATION
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5 MILLION DOLLAR BASALT MUSEUM BENCHES TO ACCOMPANY THE MASSIVE END CALCULUS GRID OF UPCOMING MATHEMATICS PUBLICATION
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Aug 21, 2013 8:06 PM


This is the massive End Calculus of Mathematics , manuscript and Grid of mathematics that places all Prime number spirals , with all coordinate values of the spirals, in a grid of mathematics at 1:3 . This is accepted for publication and only submitted to IJAMR, with due information given to Annals Of mathematics Princeton university , that claims the recent break through paper on Twin Primes , a simple mathematical fact to the author The Museum benches are made dense of Basalt( diabase) rock and mathematics motiff , also featuree a rock face of the Profile of Mother Mary ( Non Catholic). The rocks are tilted at exact 1:3 19 degrees. There are planned to be headed to the Chicago museums , and one copy to the British Museum, for repository , awaiting pictures and other certifications. The patent benches will be exposed at the end of september 2013
This massive end calculus follows this last paper, and defines all the coordinates
International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (3) (2013) 387402 ©Science Publishing Corporation www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/IJAMR The poison pill of current mathematics theory, delivered The concordance of numbers spirals and prime numbers spirals Vinoo Cameron Hope research, Athens, Wisconsin, USA Email: a The basic divergence of the grid is simply by a constant of 32, by spatial numeration it is as follows , explanation in the upcoming published paper "End Calculus of Mathematics" (0+1)+(1+2)+(3+3)+(6+4)+(10+5)+(15+6)+(21+7)+(28+8).......
(28+8) = (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8)=36... 1.40625 0.40625 1.875 0.875
3 2
3.65625 2.65625 4.375 3.375 5.15625 4.15625
6 5
6.90625 5.90625 7.875 6.875 8.90625 7.90625
10 9
11.15625 10.15625 12.375 11.375 13.65625 12.65625
15 14
16.40625 15.40625 17.875 16.875 19.40625 18.40625
21 20
22.65625 21.65625 24.375 23.375
28 27
29.90625 28.90625 31.875 30.875 33.90625 32.90625
36 35
Whole no: Values 3_6_10_15 21_28__36 2_5_9_14 20_27_35



