Monthly Archives: October 2010

Disproven prime conjecture

eProove or disprove the following statement. Every at most three-dimensional and nonsymmetrical figure with integer sides only can be inscribed inside a sphere (circle) of integer radius may have at most one side prime. Recently, I found two new proofs … Continue reading

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Problems of my life

When adding (a,b – integers), we automatically obtain the result. There is no perception of “time”. In the same time we have two different states: having and , and having . 1. Is it straightforward that existence of implies existence … Continue reading

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Timespace lines, Poincare and Riemann, and topology

One can notice that “=” (the sign of equlity) preserves/protects quantity. Protection of another features (i.e. number of divisors) follows from the former, ie. 52=52 protects quantity as the main reason.  Knowing what was the main reason for Poincare’s work … Continue reading

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The objectiveness of multiplication

I’ve gone so many times through Einstein’s original papers on relativity. Years ago I decided to understand the idea of time and create the theory that enables time travelling. Recently, I’ve come up with the following idea. We should change … Continue reading

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Not about Albrecht Einstein and his vision

The idea had its roots in the “dream of cows” that Einstein experienced much earlier before working on his theory. The dream involved: the cows, their Master, and their reaction to electric shock. Observers saw differently and that difference in … Continue reading

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Goldbach Conjecture redefined – number responsibility

Definition 1.:Integer is p-responsible iff . Definition 2.:Integer is responsible iff Example: 9 and 6 are 7-responsible, because 18-7=11 (prime) and 12-7=5 (prime), but 11 is not 7-responsible 22-7=15 (u(15)=2, because 15=3*5) Hence, new (modified) definition of Goldbach Conjecture in … Continue reading

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r- prime radius number

Find the formula for even integers that can be expressed as , where denote prime numbers. Then, solve the generalized task: find even integers “S-i” that can be expressed as . This task came from the need to generalize the Goldbach Conjecture. I claimed … Continue reading

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