Monthly Archives: September 2012

Adding next integers vs adding next primes, and the AIR project

Solutions: dr Sonnhard Graubner . The searched limit is . fredoniahead Look at the identity: , remembering that . Let JoeBlow It’s equal to: . WWW Another approach: Apply to get . Now for , so the last sum lies between and This (Cesaro-Stolz or … Continue reading

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Probability in the context of prime numbers

I will start with a key quotation that stands out as reason for the rest of the post. Probability is not a notion of pure mathematics, but of physics or philosophy, as Hardy and Littlewood noted. Somewhat similar valuation, in this context, has … Continue reading

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Non-locality, space-time separation and particle modelling

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