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Re: a comment on prime numbers

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  • gordon_as_number
    A paper appeared in arXiv.org, physics/0511145. The compression factor can be quite large.
    Message 1 of 7 , Nov 16, 2005
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      A paper appeared in arXiv.org, physics/0511145.

      The compression factor can be quite large.



      --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, "gordon_as_number"
      <gordon_as_number@y...> wrote:
      >
      > Here is a comment about the utility of your
      > prime factorizations.
      >
      > First what is the probability of a random sequence
      > being prime.
      >
      > Second what is the probability of a subsequence of those
      > digits being prime.
      >
      > The probability grows to unity, the longer the sequence
      > is. So, after finding a subsequence and after
      > labeling the prime numbers with the integers, you will
      > find a compression factor on that information contained
      > in that sequence, which grows without bound.
      >
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