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Originally Posted by MathDoggy
Clearly Q is larger than any other twin prime, so it does not equal one of them, since P1,P2,P3,P4...Pn constitute all twin primes Q can not be a twin prime.

I'm with you this far.
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Originally Posted by MathDoggy
Thus it most be divisible by at least one of our finitely many twin primes,

But I lost you here, There are lots of primes that are not twin primes. Why is it impossible that Q is a product of only these nontwin primes?