# Monthly Archives: December 2011

## Colours of rainbow

Take matrix and conjecture from earlier posts. Associate numbers of colours, but assume the infiniteness of colours (cardinality of aleph null), due to ordering of integers. You will see a a rainbow. Hoist the colours. Introduction to function. R(3)=0, because … Continue reading

## Computing holowness by dr Perelman and Andrew Beal’s conjecture

Andrew Beal, http://www.pokerlistings.com/poker-player_andy-beal, conjectured http://www.bealconjecture.com/. The conjecture became interesting among many, including Peter Norvig (Director of Research, Google) http://norvig.com/beal.html. No other colaborative mathematical research, online, available, open. Yes, prizes do that. Take the proposition that is possible only when have a common divisor. … Continue reading

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## More intelligent, thus happier, decisions in the New Year!

I will not write much. The quotations, with no comments. Learn from the Master, Kurt Goedel. Merry hearts, great families, love, understanding and clear seeing of what is important in life– Misha. There would be no danger of an atomic … Continue reading

## Notes on crypto for beginners (with one promise and an update on R-sequence)

With axiom of induction , we often connect infinite descent, ie. we find and implication for mapping consecutive solutions so that we reach contradiction. In simpler crypto cases we often deal with Vieta jumping, in more advanced cases we deal … Continue reading

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## Last Fermat Theorem, sumation, a couple of updates on u-function

By LFT, , for , ie. . When , then . From there, we have and , which leads to for a fixed , where is -th square of a chosen integer, thus . From there, we have . Haven’t … Continue reading