Monthly Archives: October 2012

Philosophical amusement about life for a short moment. What is real?

If we think when the time started and when it will end (if at any point of time), then we start to think of things that are beyond our current comprehension capabilities. Our logic is based on axioms and those … Continue reading

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A magical piano

A magical piano Sorry for typos, writing rly fast, no time for fixes.

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My task connecting number spectral analysis and the GC

Consider for , for prime,  . Consider for , for prime,  . Due to errors in the statement, a couple of examples:  , we take both the smaller of the two primes as well as the smallest prime of all … Continue reading

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Discussion with the red sequence

Red-prime shows a relation of n-blocker to the correspoding prime number. Below, the chart. No Holy Grail as not deserved yet, looking for most obvious connection between the R-sequence and the primes, somewhat knowing the connection itself is not of … Continue reading

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Touching the variance from Kac’es, Erdos’es and Poincare’s dreams

First, note the CLT. Second, see the claim from Kac, “…it may be appropriate to quote a statement of Poincaré, who said (partly in jest no doubt) that there must be something mysterious about the normal law since mathematicians think … Continue reading

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