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## Re: Prime number sequences

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• ... string sequences of prime numbers do exist and they are related. ... http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/gr84nrp/ ... proving/disproving the Riemann Zeta
Message 1 of 3 , Nov 29, 2007
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--- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, Tim Brown <gr84nrp@...> wrote:
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> Hi all,
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> It is time to show that prime numbers are related. No kidding,
string sequences of prime numbers do exist and they are related.
>
> See an example and tell me if you disagree....
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/gr84nrp/
>
> I will be releasing more and more examples, until ultimately
proving/disproving the Riemann Zeta Function (hypothesis).
>
> Would like to hear your thoughts!
>
> T.A.Brown
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> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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Hi Tim

Checked out your gr84nrp yahoo group and saw this:

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Pattern set #1 ..... Pattern of 24 primes:
-89 + 0*1*2*3 = (-89)
-89 + 1*1*2*3 = (-83)
-83 + 2*1*2*3 = (-71)
-71 + 3*1*2*3 = (-53)
...
Y + X*1*2*3 = Y'

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Yes. And there are even longer patterns of consecutive primes, like
this well known one which is 40 long:

41 + 0 = 41
41 + 2 = 43
43 + 4 = 47
47 + 6 = 53
53 + 8 = 61
61 + 10 = 71
71 + 12 = 83
etc.

Its more conventional and recognizable form is
p = x^2 -x + 41
for x=1 to 40

Mark

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• ... string sequences of prime numbers do exist and they are related. ... http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/gr84nrp/ ... proving/disproving the Riemann Zeta
Message 2 of 3 , Nov 30, 2007
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--- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, Tim Brown <gr84nrp@...> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> It is time to show that prime numbers are related. No kidding,
string sequences of prime numbers do exist and they are related.
>
> See an example and tell me if you disagree....
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/gr84nrp/
>
> I will be releasing more and more examples, until ultimately
proving/disproving the Riemann Zeta Function (hypothesis).
>
> Would like to hear your thoughts!
>
> T.A.Brown
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>

Hi Tim Brown,

please go to This forum, Messages Search, type in: symmetry. See
contributions of mine and others. Any pattern of primes fades away if
numbers are increasing.

Werner D. Sand
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