Multidimensional geometrical representation of integers

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art1 – I wanted to claim something regarding primarility (in my hidden notes, available on drive, but not visible from the site), but that does not currently work

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  1. I HAVE HAD MORE THAN JUST A PASSING INTEREST IN “PRIME NUMBERS”…ONE MIGHT ASSUME THAT THAT THERE IS A PATTERN/LAW REGARDING THE FOLLOWING PRIME NUMBERS: 31, 331, 3331, 33331, 333331, 3333331, 33333331… AND THAT ALL NUMBERS IN THIS NEVER ENDING SERIES TO BE PRIMES…BUT THAT IS NOT THE CASE AS THE NEXT NUMBER IN THIS SERIES: 333333331 IS NOT A PRIME AND INDEED THE NEXT 50 NUMBERS IN THIS SERIES ARE NOT PRIME (WHICH IS QUITE AMAZING). EVEN IF THE NEXT MILLION NUMBERS IN THIS SERIES “ARE NOT PRIME” WE CANNOT ASSUME THAT “ALL NUMBERS” IN EXCESS OF A MILLION DIGITS OF THIS SERIES ARE NOT PRIMES.
    I FIRMLY BELIEVE INFINITELY LARGE NUMBERS HAVE THEIR OWN LAWS WHICH CHANGE AS THEY BECOME INFINITELY LARGER. AND AS A RESULT OF THIS BELIEF I DO NOT BELIEVE THE “FERMAT’S LAST THEOREM” HAS BEEN PROVED EVEN THOUGH MOST OF THE MATHEMATICAL WORLD WOULD DISAGREE…IT IS “THE EXCEPTION THAT PROOVES THE RULE”!
    WE JUST HAVE TO FIND THAT EXCEPTION!
    HERE’S LOOKING AT EUCLID…PETE MCCLURE

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