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A proof for Goldbach's conjecture
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Aug 1, 2001 7:44 AM




Re: A proof for Goldbach's conjecture
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Jul 28, 2001 5:14 AM


Entropix wrote: > > That's irrelavent. If you look at his proof he starts counting evens with 6.
The op's first sentence is "The purpose of this article is proving that each even number is sum of two prime numbers." Note that, even if he did prove Goldbach's conjecture he would not have fulfilled his purpose.
Note also that I refer to only the first of a number of illogical uses of the infinite.
Cheers, PP
> > "Peter Percival" <peter.percival@cwcom.net> wrote in message > news://3B60A2F7.8E02B687@cwcom.net... > > > "Hamid V. Ansari" wrote: > > > > > > If you want the text of this article witten in LaTeX send me an email. > > > > > > http://www.netnormal.com/users/elmiran/0.doc > > > > > > > > > A proof for Goldbach's conjecture > > > > > > The purpose of this article is proving that each even number is sum of > > > two prime numbers. For this, we first should prove that for an > > > infinitely > > > large even number there exist infinite pairs of prime numbers that the > > > > But first, what's an infinitely large even number? And first before > > that, note that 2 is not the sum of two prime numbers. > > > >



