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Old 2006-05-29, 08:46   #1
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Default possible primes (real primes & poss.prime products)

Information for people intested in prime numbers:
For more than 20 years I have studied the structure of prime numbers
(incl. Mersenne primes). It is indeed a rather easy job to to find "real primes"
greater than 30402457 or greater than 2596451, but it is more difficult
to show that the corresponding "Mersenne possible primes" are "Mersenne
real primes". In reality the solution of both tasks depends on proving the existence or non-existence of integer solutions to second order equations.
If you are interested, you are welcome to contact me.
It is about time to redefine the present (ancient) definition of primes.
The integers 2 and 3 are not "possible primes". It follows, that Goldbach's
conjecture is incorrect. Fermat did not fully recognize the consequences of his small theorem. It is easy to prove in a brief statement, that Fermat's
last theorem is correct. Euler did not draw the final conclusion to
"Euler's product", showing the exact link between pi and the real primes.
Riemann's zeta function depends on this link.
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Old 2006-05-29, 10:01   #2
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Quote:
Originally Posted by troels munkner
It is about time to redefine the present (ancient) definition of primes.
The integers 2 and 3 are not "possible primes". It follows, that Goldbach's
conjecture is incorrect.
Humpty-Dumpty alert!


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Old 2006-05-30, 18:15   #3
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"Troels" is apparently the Danish spelling of a similar-sounding english word.
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Old 2006-05-31, 08:58   #4
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"Troels" is apparently the Danish spelling of a similar-sounding english word.

Ernst do you mean troll? My RD Dict. says

troll: (Scand. myth) one of a race of supernatural beings formerly conceived as giants, now in Denmark and Sweden, as dwarfs, inhabiting in caves and subterranean dwellings

I googled his name. Troels Munkner. He is mentioned in the Dept. of orthopaedics since 1977.

Well I contacted him by PM and received 4 communications from him which I have stored.

When I asked him his address, as he offered to sell his book to me, not thru publishers, but directly from him for $15 advance. He said the publishers returned all available extra copies

I then asked him his address by PM. I could not contact him at all after that.

Mysterious indeed.

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Old 2006-06-02, 08:35   #5
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Hi

Troels is a common name i Denmark.
I checked the name in the Danish phonebook (www.tdc.dk).

There is 2 persons registrered as Troels Munkner:

Troels Munkner
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Troels Munkner
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-Eivind

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