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END CALCULUS OF MATHEMATICS PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY, AND GOOD BYE , THANKS FOR YOUR HOSPITALITY OVER PAST YEARS
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END CALCULUS OF MATHEMATICS PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY, AND GOOD BYE , THANKS FOR YOUR HOSPITALITY OVER PAST YEARS
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Sep 6, 2013 11:12 AM


You can index the entire article, it is free /open access, but then let me be most of you will never understand the base grid
International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (4) (2013) 423438 ©Science Publishing Corporation www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/IJAMR The primordial end calculus of prime numbers and mathematics Vinoo Cameron Hope research, Athens, Wisconsin, USA Email:
Abstract This Manuscript on the end primordial calculus of mathematics is a new discovery of the spiral nature of the entire mathematical grid at 1:3 by the precise and absolute concordance of regular number spirals and the Prime number spirals based on numbers and their spaces by grid. It is exclusive to IJAMR which has published 8 papers of the author on this new mathematics. The manuscript has NOT been offered to any other journal in the world .The editorial board of Princeton University, USA, Annals of mathematics had been duly informed by letter of the new discovery of the concordance of prime numbers spirals with regular number spirals, but for the sake of fidelity. Mathematics is not complexity, but simplicity, the configuration of 1 is spiral .The relationship between pure mathematical numbers and empty space is a primordial relationship, and well defined by gaps, plus it has been validated by the author by the Publishing of the pure continuous DenOtter Prime number sieve at 1/6 and 5/6 ( and 1/3 and 2/3),and these prime sieves are reversible .Thus the relationship of the configuration of 1 is in two planes that expand in the frame of (5/6 and 1/6 ) and (1/3 and 2/3)are represented by spiral configuration , expressed by these numbers, as in :All prime numbers spirals are assigned inf



