Please make all efforts to be clear. Don't invent terms unless you must, and if you do you need to give clear, concise definitions. It should be evident at each step precisely what you are claiming and why you think it is true.

Here's my rough scale for grading purported proofs of the twin prime conjecture:

1,000,000 points for a correct proof of the twin prime conjecture

100 points for a clear attempted proof with interesting, nontrivial, correct, and possible publishable theorems/lemmas

0 points for a clear attempted proof

-10 points for a vague, hard-to-follow, or similar attempted proof

-11 points for an attempted proof that is unsalvageable or 'not even wrong'

-11 points for the variants of

the standard proof
The average score here, unfortunately, is less than -10.