tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-175911120407580792.post7230017775647693378..comments2018-04-25T10:05:47.395-07:00Comments on Mike Naylor - creative mathematics: Prime number chemistryMike Naylorhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17729299407160694706noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-175911120407580792.post-13808804397181638652016-07-12T04:26:57.356-07:002016-07-12T04:26:57.356-07:00Check out atomic no.& atomic diameter changes ...Check out atomic no.& atomic diameter changes or melting points or activation energies and note either prime / even no. / prime pattern with 70% correlation or prime x prime / even no. / prime with 100% correlation. Note the even no.s between break to 2s & 3s. Chances of this not meaning something seem to be zeroObserver1https://www.blogger.com/profile/07233458917555106726noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-175911120407580792.post-14165696295140902972015-02-27T06:38:56.791-08:002015-02-27T06:38:56.791-08:00if you go to my facebook page : " ben shafai ...if you go to my facebook page : " ben shafai " i have posted an article titled : " periodic prime table " in which the primes are arranged in the first column to the left and the non-primes take their places row by row to the right of primes which is a type of sieve of eratosthenes in reverse. now what i have noticed is a peculiar pattern among the non-primes which raises the question why a seemingly random set of primes generates this kind of pattern among the non-primes. i have also posted another article on physics titled : " spacetime " if anyone's interested.ben shafaihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00600381736516685417noreply@blogger.com