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• ... The pattern that I see is that there is no infinite linear pattern, or linear combination, otherwise these would not be primes anymore because after a
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hamathib wrote:
> I know in the past I have been a source of great humour and laughter,
> however, try as hard as I can I keep seeing this pattern in prime
> numbers that I will try once more to share with you.
The pattern that I see is that there is no infinite linear pattern,
or linear combination, otherwise these would not be primes anymore
because after a while, it hits a composite number.
This is why there is no "perfect" prime number generating formula.

> Now what I see all the time is that:
> a) Prime numbers are a result of multiplication. That is, prime numbers
> are those numbers that are excluded when multiplication is applied on
> integers.
well that's the basic definition of prime numbers,
nothing new because it's the definition indeed.

> b) Squares of Primes are very important in the distribution of prime
> numbers, and
> c) There is a perfect order in the distribution of prime numbers. This
> means that you can tell when and where a prime number occurs on
> integers.
So this means that you have a simple formulat that can give me the Xth prime number ?

> Now how do I explain the above in a manner that I will not be offensive.
> I will try to explain the above observations by using addition;
> 0 -[0 + 0 = 0]
> ---[1 + 0 = 1]
<snip numbers>

> Do you see the pattern?
No, this is not offensive, but it is not explicit enough for me.
What did I miss that should be so obvious ?

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yg
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• I know in the past I have been a source of great humour and laughter, however, try as hard as I can I keep seeing this pattern in prime numbers that I will try
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I know in the past I have been a source of great humour and laughter,
however, try as hard as I can I keep seeing this pattern in prime
numbers that I will try once more to share with you.

Now what I see all the time is that:
a) Prime numbers are a result of multiplication. That is, prime numbers
are those numbers that are excluded when multiplication is applied on
integers.
b) Squares of Primes are very important in the distribution of prime
numbers, and
c) There is a perfect order in the distribution of prime numbers. This
means that you can tell when and where a prime number occurs on
integers.

Now how do I explain the above in a manner that I will not be offensive.

I will try to explain the above observations by using addition;

0 -[0 + 0 = 0]
---[1 + 0 = 1]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1 -[1 + 1 = 2]
---[2 + 1 = 3]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[3 + 1 = 4 = 2 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
2 -[4 + 1 = 5] [5 + 1 = 6]
---[6 + 1 = 7] [7 + 1 = 8]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[8 + 1 = 9 = 3 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
3 -[-------------] [ 9 + 1 = 10]
---[10 + 1 = 11] [11 + 1 = 12]
---[12 + 1 = 13] [13 + 1 = 14] [14 + 1 = 15]
---[-------------] [15 + 1 = 16] [16 + 1 = 17]
---[-------------] [17 + 1 = 18]
---[18 + 1 = 19] [19 + 1 = 20] [20 + 1 = 21]
---[-------------] [21 + 1 = 22]
---[22 + 1 = 23] [23 + 1 = 24]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[24 + 1 = 25 = 5 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
4 -[-------------] [25 + 1 = 26] [26 + 1 = 27]
---[-------------] [27 + 1 = 28]
---[28 + 1 = 29] [29 + 1 = 30]
---[30 + 1 = 31] [31 + 1 = 32] [32 + 1 = 33]
---[-------------] [33 + 1 = 34] [-----------] [34 + 1 = 35]
---[-------------] [35 + 1 = 36]
---[36 + 1 = 37] [37 + 1 = 38] [38 + 1 = 39]
---[-------------] [39 + 1 = 40]
---[40 + 1 = 41] [41 + 1 = 42]
---[42 + 1 = 43] [43 + 1 = 44] [44 + 1 = 45]
---[-------------] [45 + 1 = 46]
---[46 + 1 = 47] [47 + 1 = 48]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[48 + 1 = 49 = 7 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
5 -[-------------] [49 + 1 = 50] [50 + 1 = 51]
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Do you see the pattern?
• I only know that primes are the biggest amount of natural numbers , when you split it in dimensions. Shrug. ... Von: hamathib Betreff:
Message 1 of 5 , Mar 27, 2010
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I only know that primes are the biggest amount of natural numbers , when you split it in dimensions. Shrug.

--- hamathib <hamathib@...> schrieb am Sa, 27.3.2010:

Von: hamathib <hamathib@...>
Betreff: [PrimeNumbers] Can you see the partten?
Datum: Samstag, 27. März, 2010 20:44 Uhr

I know in the past I have been a source of great humour and laughter,

however, try as hard as I can I keep seeing this pattern in prime

numbers that I will try once more to share with you.

Now what I see all the time is that:

a) Prime numbers are a result of multiplication. That is, prime numbers

are those numbers that are excluded when multiplication is applied on

integers.

b) Squares of Primes are very important in the distribution of prime

numbers, and

c) There is a perfect order in the distribution of prime numbers. This

means that you can tell when and where a prime number occurs on

integers.

Now how do I explain the above in a manner that I will not be offensive.

I will try to explain the above observations by using addition;

0 -[0 + 0 = 0]

---[1 + 0 = 1]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~

1 -[1 + 1 = 2]

---[2 + 1 = 3]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~

---[3 + 1 = 4 = 2 ^ 2]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~

2 -[4 + 1 = 5] [5 + 1 = 6]

---[6 + 1 = 7] [7 + 1 = 8]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~

---[8 + 1 = 9 = 3 ^ 2]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~

3 -[---------- ---] [ 9 + 1 = 10]

---[10 + 1 = 11] [11 + 1 = 12]

---[12 + 1 = 13] [13 + 1 = 14] [14 + 1 = 15]

---[-------- -----] [15 + 1 = 16] [16 + 1 = 17]

---[-------- -----] [17 + 1 = 18]

---[18 + 1 = 19] [19 + 1 = 20] [20 + 1 = 21]

---[-------- -----] [21 + 1 = 22]

---[22 + 1 = 23] [23 + 1 = 24]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~

---[24 + 1 = 25 = 5 ^ 2]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~

4 -[---------- ---] [25 + 1 = 26] [26 + 1 = 27]

---[-------- -----] [27 + 1 = 28]

---[28 + 1 = 29] [29 + 1 = 30]

---[30 + 1 = 31] [31 + 1 = 32] [32 + 1 = 33]

---[-------- -----] [33 + 1 = 34] [----------- ] [34 + 1 = 35]

---[-------- -----] [35 + 1 = 36]

---[36 + 1 = 37] [37 + 1 = 38] [38 + 1 = 39]

---[-------- -----] [39 + 1 = 40]

---[40 + 1 = 41] [41 + 1 = 42]

---[42 + 1 = 43] [43 + 1 = 44] [44 + 1 = 45]

---[-------- -----] [45 + 1 = 46]

---[46 + 1 = 47] [47 + 1 = 48]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~

---[48 + 1 = 49 = 7 ^ 2]

~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~

5 -[---------- ---] [49 + 1 = 50] [50 + 1 = 51]

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Do you see the pattern?

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• ... ... I don t understand why 17 is in the 3rd column and not in the 1st column, as all other primes. Can you explain this ? Maximilian
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--- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, "hamathib" <hamathib@...> wrote:
...
> ---[-------------] [15 + 1 = 16] [16 + 1 = 17]
...

I don't understand why 17 is in the 3rd column
and not in the 1st column, as all other primes.

Can you explain this ?

Maximilian
• ... That was my insurance that anyone who said they saw the pattern was not making fun of me. I can see you are looking at the rows and the columns. You can
Message 1 of 5 , Mar 27, 2010
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> I don't understand why 17 is in the 3rd column
> and not in the 1st column, as all other primes.
>
> Can you explain this ?
>
> Maximilian
>

That was my insurance that anyone who said they saw the pattern was not
making fun of me. I can see you are looking at the rows and the columns.
You can see how everything fits together, how the numbers just put
themselves in this perfect order.

Actually someone might even say I am trying to justify myself by putting
them so perfectly. However, if I can, it is simply because I have seen a
pattern that most people have been missing. Please observe the below
expanded and corrected table:

0 -[0 + 0 = 0]
---[1 + 0 = 1]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1 -[1 + 1 = 2]
---[2 + 1 = 3]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[3 + 1 = 4 = 2 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
2 -[4 + 1 = 5] [5 + 1 = 6]
---[6 + 1 = 7] [7 + 1 = 8]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[8 + 1 = 9 = 3 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
3 -[-----------] [ 9 + 1 = 10]
---[10 + 1 = 11] [11 + 1 = 12]
---[12 + 1 = 13] [13 + 1 = 14] [14 + 1 = 15]
---[-----------] [15 + 1 = 16]
---[16 + 1 = 17] [17 + 1 = 18]
---[18 + 1 = 19] [19 + 1 = 20] [20 + 1 = 21]
---[-----------] [21 + 1 = 22]
---[22 + 1 = 23] [23 + 1 = 24]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[24 + 1 = 25 = 5 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
4 -[-----------] [25 + 1 = 26] [26 + 1 = 27]
---[-----------] [27 + 1 = 28]
---[28 + 1 = 29] [29 + 1 = 30]
---[30 + 1 = 31] [31 + 1 = 32] [32 + 1 = 33]
---[-----------] [33 + 1 = 34] [-----------] [34 + 1 = 35]
---[-----------] [35 + 1 = 36]
---[36 + 1 = 37] [37 + 1 = 38] [38 + 1 = 39]
---[-----------] [39 + 1 = 40]
---[40 + 1 = 41] [41 + 1 = 42]
---[42 + 1 = 43] [43 + 1 = 44] [44 + 1 = 45]
---[-----------] [45 + 1 = 46]
---[46 + 1 = 47] [47 + 1 = 48]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
---[48 + 1 = 49 = 7 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
5 -[-----------] [49 + 1 = 50] [50 + 1 = 51]
---[-----------] [51 + 1 = 52]
---[52 + 1 = 53] [53 + 1 = 54] [-----------] [54 + 1 = 55]
---[-----------] [55 + 1 = 56] [56 + 1 = 57]
---[-----------] [57 + 1 = 58]
---[58 + 1 = 59] [59 + 1 = 60]
---[60 + 1 = 61] [61 + 1 = 62] [62 + 1 = 63]
---[-----------] [63 + 1 = 64] [-----------] [64 + 1 = 65]
---[-----------] [65 + 1 = 66]
---[66 + 1 = 67] [67 + 1 = 68] [68 + 1 = 69]
---[-----------] [69 + 1 = 70]
---[70 + 1 = 71] [71 + 1 = 72]
---[72 + 1 = 73] [73 + 1 = 74] [74 + 1 = 75]
---[-----------] [75 + 1 = 76] [-----------] [-----------] [76 + 1 = 77]
---[-----------] [77 + 1 = 78]
---[78 + 1 = 79] [79 + 1 = 80] [80 + 1 = 81]
---[-----------] [81 + 1 = 82]
---[82 + 1 = 83] [83 + 1 = 84] [-----------] [84 + 1 = 85]
---[-----------] [85 + 1 = 86] [86 + 1 = 87]
---[-----------] [87 + 1 = 88]
---[88 + 1 = 89] [89 + 1 = 90] [-----------] [-----------] [90 + 1 = 91]
---[-----------] [91 + 1 = 92] [92 + 1 = 93]
---[-----------] [93 + 1 = 94] [-----------] [94 + 1 = 95]
---[-----------] [95 + 1 = 96]
---[96 + 1 = 97] [97 + 1 = 98] [98 + 1 = 99]
---[-----------] [99 + 1 = 100]
---[100 + 1 = 101] [101 + 1 = 102]
---[102 + 1 = 103] [103 + 1 = 104] [104 + 1 = 105]
---[-------------] [105 + 1 = 106]
---[106 + 1 = 107] [107 + 1 = 108]
---[108 + 1 = 109] [109 + 1 = 110] [110 + 1 = 111]
---[-------------] [111 + 1 = 112]
---[112 + 1 = 113] [113 + 1 = 114] [-------------] [114 + 1 = 115]
---[-------------] [115 + 1 = 116] [116 + 1 = 117]
---[-------------] [117 + 1 = 118] [-------------] [-------------] [118
+ 1 = 119]
---[-------------] [119 + 1 = 120]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\
~~~~~~~~~~
---[120 + 1 = 121 = 11 ^ 2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\
~~~~~~~~~~
6 -[-------------] [121 + 1 = 122] [122 + 1 = 123]
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