Monthly Archives: January 2012

Introduction to axioms

Before you start reading further read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradox http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novikov_self-consistency_principle http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closed_timelike_curve Now, I’m assuming you had read the articles (links above). In order to have a fallacy, you need to bump into a contradiction in given sense. In order to be … Continue reading

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R-sequence, class of blue sequences and Mobius

Paper:┬áR-sequence, a class of blue sequences and non-square numbers (draft) This is still a draft, ie. any hints, analysis, leak disclosures highly welcome. One quotation, from Gauss, about Sophie Germain: But how to describe to you my admiration and astonishment … Continue reading

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On triangle k-sumation and a couple of private notes

Document enclosed on modified triangle k-sumation. Also, a couple of notes for those who want to spend their lives reading my handwriting. It’s mostly thoughts, loud thinking, symbols may be misleading. Read on own responsibility. I’m very sorry for my … Continue reading

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“..you timid diffident soul with a horror of attracting..”

The most beautiful quotation: “It is evident that the primes are randomly distributed but, unfortunately, we don’t know what ‘random’ means.”,Vaughan Ok, what is random? First, keywords. (Sound of primes, Sautoy) music (repeatedly), sense of wonder, timeless, Nature’s gift, ultimate … Continue reading

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On prime generating triangle

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A beautiful journey into the heart of R-sequence

I’ve been thinking a bit of the rationale for the R-sequence and noticed (this has not been confirmed) that every L-sided number (ie. number on the “left side” of the R-sequence in matrix) multiplied by a prime is yet another … Continue reading

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