Re: [PrimeNumbers] my first post
- Ali Adams wrote:
> Salam Yann,Hello,
don't take it harshly, in fact I did not want to answer.
But I am procrastinating for five minutes, so I decided to rant a bit.
> Welcome to the group and maybe you can find practical use for primewhat is so special with years, a man-defined and sometimes even redefined notion ?
> numbers related to the year 2012.
Why not 2012 seconds, 2012 minutes or hours ?
And why 2012 which is not even a prime, but a ad-hoc
construction of man-related notions ?
> In the Quran, God's last revelation there is a chapter called The Key<snip>
> which has 7 verses, 29 words, 139 letters. All primes with prime digit
> sums too (Additive primes).
> If you need more details please let me know.I didn't want to subscribe to a numerology mailing list.
Many people, from many cultures, assign a meaning and/or
a signification to numbers, but I don't.
Numbers have some properties, but among themselves,
the rest is... psychology and human nature.
Some "regimes" call this superstition.
I only have interest in wheel sieves theory,
which have no other signification than themselves,
and serve no practical purpose (at least to me).
I'm like an apprentice clockwork artist,
I like to observe the spinning wheels,
this does not mean that I want to develop a
philosophic framework around time, because
it has nothing to do about physics and
> Peace to you.And you too, though I presume that this answer may revive flames.
> Ali AdamsPrime numbers are ... numbers.
> <prime numbers are God's signature>
If there is a god, He is everywhere.
It sounds futile to me to search anything
in the primes beyond themselves.
As if you tried to understand a country's culture
by only reading its law books,
because it certainly misses a lot of other informations.
Now, I have the feeling that certain forms of wheel sieves
can help us a lot in understanding prime numbers.
I can almost find the next prime from a given number
and it has become almost boringly trivial to me, today.
If you can point to or find more-or-less interesting
properties of wheel sieves, that would interest me.
You can interpret these properties however you want
but what matters here and for me is understanding plain dumb Maths.
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