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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

[edit 2014.10.11] >>> ERROR <<< The argument, "2014.09.30 for consideration", fails in the superset. The subset, (P!/2)*(2*I+-1)+-2^(J>0)+-K*P!,...
Post by: RD-BH, Oct 11, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

I would not say this is a great math problem as most mathematicians hold it to be true even in absence of a concise proof. Thoughts: ... 1) I...
Post by: RD-BH, Sep 30, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

@peter grimes I am interested in any/all feedback. Thank you.
Post by: RD-BH, Sep 30, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

[edit 2014.10.11] >>> ERROR <<< The argument, "2014.09.30 for consideration", fails in the superset. The subset, (P!/2)*(2*I+-1)+-2^(J>0)+-K*P!,...
Post by: RD-BH, Sep 30, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### PolyCast Episode 210: "Parsing Every Pixel"

Just a quick thought on "making the switch" ... I feel Civ IV Beyond the Sword was the spiritual successor to SMAC/X making CivBE just another...
Post by: RD-BH, Sep 20, 2014 in forum: News Updates
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### Live stream "Covert Ops: a Closer Look" Thursday, Sept 11 at 2pm EST

As far as I am aware, you can map any powered orbital to any location above the surface of the earth. Perhaps you are thinking of geostationary...
Post by: RD-BH, Sep 11, 2014 in forum: CivBE - Stories & Let's Plays
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### What is "The Great Mistake"?

Clearly "The Great Mistake" was not maintaining intellectual property rights to SMAC/X.
Post by: RD-BH, Sep 10, 2014 in forum: CivBE - General Discussions
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### Civ 5's Space Victory now more fulfilling

Hmm, maybe a space victory is The Great Mistake?
Post by: RD-BH, Sep 10, 2014 in forum: CivBE - General Discussions
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

Thank you 8) === still working on correct wording === Let us examine Integers and Indivisibility.  x/n is an integer when n is a divisor...
Post by: RD-BH, Aug 26, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

Edited original post. Noted TYPO. Added For Consideration: ... Includes: ... ... residue + period (infinite indivisible twin pairs) ... ......
Post by: RD-BH, Aug 11, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

This makes more sense if stated: ... P +- 2^x is not divisible by P for P>2 ... Therefore the product(n_1^x)(P_n) +- (2^I) is not divisible by...
Post by: RD-BH, May 22, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

After a lengthy presentation and even longer Q&A, they made no comment on the validity of the proof. This leads me to believe the proof fails....
Post by: RD-BH, May 15, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

Not exactly my statement (though my statement may still be useless). ... original: (x-1)!+x and (x-1)!+x+2 are twin primes. If factors of (x-1)!...
Post by: RD-BH, May 10, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

My meaning was not clearly stated. This was a statement regarding the form of x when x and x+2 are both prime. They would not be divisible by...
Post by: RD-BH, May 10, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

Let me try to standardize my formula. [deleted] ... no, without reference that will just confuse the explanation.
Post by: RD-BH, May 10, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

Quick reply before I leave for the day: I mean y=4x+-P. That is two parallel lines {y=4x-P, y=4x+P}. Example:...
Post by: RD-BH, May 8, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

Let me try to clarify. 1) My equation represents the relationship between the INFINITE SET of Primes and the INFINITE SET of Integers at the...
Post by: RD-BH, May 7, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic
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### 2014.04.28 I have solved the twin prime conjecture.

PI =limit(x=1..infinity){((i^(4/x)) - 1)/(2*(i^(1+(2/x))))} If I tried to use this equation for PI, I might melt my cpu trying to plot it 8)
Post by: RD-BH, May 5, 2014 in forum: Off-Topic