Monthly Archives: January 2013

Deep in the mind where intrinsic ghosts fly waiting for Ramanujan’s attempts to live

This is again written during the channeling. Together with the 4th part of the confession series. Confession4 This post is about the ideas for the analysis. PS. Here’s a poem about primes.delirium33 Lets now consider the function of the primes. … Continue reading

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Emboding exquisite viewpoints that cut the domain of definition structured by the R-sequence

Take all the blockers from the set {3,10,30,104,312,1040,…} (from the B-sequence). Notice that each number from the R-sequence corresponds the prime number. Each set of n-blockers, e.g. {27,28,30} contains the first (and only odd) number of the form , here: … Continue reading

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2, 3, 10, 30, 104, 312, 1040,.. Blue sequence

Blue sequence, just because it is made of the biggest n-blockers. Among the blockers of the R-sequence, we have: 2, 3, 9, 10, 27, 28, 30, 81, 84, 88, 90, 100, 104, 243, 252, 264, 270, 272, 280, 300, 304, … Continue reading

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A question regarding two sequences

As you know, I have been working with the R-sequence for some time. Some time ago I found this interesting feature that the R-sequence, part of it (3,9,10,27,28,30,81) resembles https://oeis.org/A060140 and this means, by its definition, the numbers of the … Continue reading

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Constructing primes based on BB strategies

The ideas here are the ones that, when combined together, give a general overview as how I am currently thinking of primes. The most important elements of this post remain: – the use of digital roots to analyze potential divisibility … Continue reading

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