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Originally Posted by Steve One
TWIN PRIME CONJECTURE PROOF:
1. Unless 'twin prime' every twin prime possibilty, (11/13 41/43
71/73 etc) (17/19 47/49 77/79 etc)and(29/31 59/61 89/91)
has a lowest prime factor of 7 or above. Eg. 119/121 has
factors of 7 11 and 17, therefore it's lowest prime factor is 7.
Lowest prime factors are all that we use.
2. If twin primes end, then necessarilly, there exists a prime(n)
that closes the last possibility of a pair being twin prime:
By applying this prime in the series as 'lowest prime factor'
twin primes end, take it out, they go on. This would
necessarilly be so.
3. PRIME(1) = 7: PRIME(2) = 11 etc.
(Prime(1)  2) / Prime(1)) × ((Prime(2)  2)/ Prime(2)..........
... × (Prime(n)  2) / Prime(n)...would have to equal zero if a
greatest prime number left zero gaps 'after' first position
placing as final lowest prime factor of a twin prime
possibilty.
5/7 × 9/11 × 11/13 × 15/17.....× (n  2)/n) will never equal
zero. This is the number of 'gaps' (twin primes) left on
29/31 59/61 89/91 etc for example.
4. The equation has 'primes up to..' multiplied together,
dividing 'primes minus 2, up to..' multiplied together.
This cannot equal zero/leave zero gaps.

Conveniently missed 23,25 as a "possibility". lowest prime factor ... 5.