- I'm actively trying to crack the RSA code. My paper:

http://www.mslinux.com/research/cracking_pki/cracking_pki.html

tries to link the fundament of quantum theory to prime number theory. By

using quantum theory we know so much about, I can apply the same concept to

prime number theory.

Here are my findings:

1) In quantum theory there exist couplet, triplet, and quadruplet. This is

called coupling. Very similiar to prime number theory. Prime number exhibit

such phenonmenum.

2) The product of a set of prime numbers can represent any integer. Much

like in quantum theory, electrons quantum state can represent any molecule

and molecular interaction.

3) The zeta function postulated by Reimann fits perfectly with themodynamic.

4) The Heinsberg uncertainity principle is similiar to C1 = P1*P2 where C1

is a composite number, P1 and P2 are prime numbers. Both relate to one

another by the uncertainities that lie in the boundary condition. In quantum

theory, h (Planck's constant) is the boundardy condition. In prime number

theory C1 is the boundary condition.

The analogy between the two are so perfect that I think nature is giving us a

clue what lies in prime number theory will ultimately explain the superstring

theory and theory of everything.

Right now I'm trying to find the wavefunction to prime number, but I must

first find the nth prime number equation. This has made me look at complex

plane. For example, I tried using Fourier analysis and Netwonian

approximation to describe nth prime number equation in complex plane. Next I

will try to look at Reimann equation to see if there is any clue with respect

to the analysis I've done in complex plane.

--kent > I'm becoming ever more convinced that this thread has very little, if

You miss the point of the relation to prime number.

> anything, to do with prime numbers. I've probably already bored the

> majority of readers, so I'll drop out of it here.

Cracking the RSA code is a linear problem, thus a one-dimensional problem.

You come and talk about the 4th dimension, which to me doesn't seem relevant.

So you ya, you convince yourself.

As I've said before, there exist a very close spectra that resemble prime

number sequence.

http://www.maths.ex.ac.uk/~mwatkins/zeta/physics1.htm

My equation with two variables:

Assume = C1 = P1*P2

f(x) = x^2 - (P1 + P2)*x + C1 = 0

I only have one equation with two variables. I need another equation to

solve for P1 and P2. That's what lead me to quantum mechanic in trying to

find the wavefunction that describes prime number sequence.

If P1 = P2, I can use the quadraic formula to solve for x. Resulting in

sqrt(C1).

If P1 < P2 or P1 > P2, it's a more difficult situation.

--kent