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Old 2013-05-19, 13:50   #34
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The little mistake on the ABC was fixed.

http://www.one-zero.eu/resources/Z-ABC.pdf
http://www.one-zero.eu/resources/The+Prime+Square.pdf

Thank You

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Old 2013-05-20, 06:57   #35
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This guy needs a visit from PETM (People for the Ethical Treatment of Mathematics). Looks like someone ran over a math book and left it to die a horribly painful death. Logs of square roots of twelve-digit numbers juxtaposed with questionable integrals featuring complex numbers with infinite imaginary parts as limits of integration. No wonder it has taken centuries to nail down the distribution of the primes! Thanks, dude!

Have to agree with Ernst. Bunkum (or Buncombe for the Tar Heels among us) ain't just a county in North Carolina. That paper is the stuff of which high school math students' nightmares are made.
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Old 2013-05-20, 19:54   #36
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Regarding the "how you slice it" - If you made the mistake of actually printing a hardcopy of any of this stuff, I recommend slicing it into roughly 3mm-wide strips in a nearby paper shredder. Given the 'quality' of the original, there is actually a nontrivial possibility that the resulting confetti will be jumbled and accidentally reassembled into something more mathematically coherent than the original.
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Old 2013-06-27, 08:06   #37
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SO Prime V. The Goldbach Conjecture PROOF

SO Prime III. The ABC Conjecture PROOF

SO Prime II. The Prime Square

https://www.one-zero.eu/resources/Gold.pdf
https://www.one-zero.eu/resources/Z-ABC.pdf
https://www.one-zero.eu/resources/The+Prime+Square.pdf
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Old 2013-06-27, 15:07   #38
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Regarding the "how you slice it" - If you made the mistake of actually printing a hardcopy of any of this stuff, I recommend slicing it into roughly 3mm-wide strips in a nearby paper shredder. Given the 'quality' of the original, there is actually a nontrivial possibility that the resulting confetti will be jumbled and accidentally reassembled into something more mathematically coherent than the original.
I started reading this thread backwards, last post first.
After one "What the h*ll" response from me, I got to the
above commentary. One loud laughing jag, and I was
spared going any fiurther.
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Old 2013-06-28, 23:26   #39
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SO Prime V. The Goldbach Conjecture PROOF

SO Prime III. The ABC Conjecture PROOF

SO Prime II. The Prime Square

https://www.one-zero.eu/resources/Gold.pdf
https://www.one-zero.eu/resources/Z-ABC.pdf
https://www.one-zero.eu/resources/The+Prime+Square.pdf
Gee, why bother with us plebeians? These results will surely have you sitting squarely in the Lucasian Chair in no time at all.

Last fiddled with by NBtarheel_33 on 2013-06-28 at 23:27 Reason: Or maybe the *electric* chair is more like it?
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