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The relationship between protons and prime numbers

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Re: The relationship between protons and prime numbers

PostSat Jun 17, 2017 10:48 am

Hi, I am interested in some Metal Complexs, Ruthenuim, Platinum and D1 ( formerly known as Inverted Deuterium ) They via their ability to handle excess electric charge, seem ideally suited towards a goal of Quantum Entanglement, To produce the ghosting effecting(via displacement) on the penetration of an electron into an atom. So I am interested in the rest of the Primes in the table as featured
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Re: The relationship between protons and prime numbers

PostSun Jun 18, 2017 2:53 pm

Warren,

Thank you for your interest in the prime number hypothesis.

The science of Metal complexes is outside my field of knowledge and I would have to do some more reading before I can make comment on your question.

Finding the prime number connected with any isotope nucleus is however quite simple, it is simply the sequential prime number that matches the number of nucleons inside the atom.

Here is a Google Spreadsheet I prepared where you can look up the prime number for any of the known isotopes.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Pay attention to the prime gaps, because this is what I believe determines the size of next building block as it needs to be >= the gap.

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Re: The relationship between protons and prime numbers

PostSun Jun 25, 2017 2:19 pm

This is some theory I have for an extention (Space Groups) on the already existing Prime sequences of the Chemical Elements.
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Re: The relationship between protons and prime numbers

PostMon Jun 26, 2017 2:08 pm

Thank you for the Prime sequences. I originally identified the Metal complexs from the Platinum complexs that can take up excessive charge. As Elaborate Super positioning in some creatures indicates Quantum Entanglement. It occured to me that a similar mechanism could be utilized in High Energy transmission to create an imaginary Proton. Whilst this has been proven for Photons (Quantum Entanglement). It remains to be proven for Electrons. The self organizing behavior of Cosmic Dust associated with the birth of a Star. Indicates a strong possibility that Quantum Entanglement could be occurring as the catalyst.
To this end, the idea of Space Groups and Plasma can be encapsulated in the scientific paper "Photonic Weyl degeneracies in Magnetized plasma" by Wenlong Gao et al. They predict something along the lines of Space Groups forming in Plasma. Hence the importance of Prime Sequences and Elements
As Quantum Entanglement requires Non Localized. The Ruthenium Complex, being a metal complex may play the part to produce a novel type of Quantum Entanglement for High Energy Plasma's
Ok that's the Theory, how to apply it considering the vast distances of the swirling vortex of cosmic dust and pressure that come with the fusion process of a Star is a matter of conjecture for me.
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Re: The relationship between protons and prime numbers

PostThu Jun 29, 2017 12:55 pm

Warren,

Unfortunately your field of study is outside my field of knowledge, so I don't have very much to contribute, in any case I hope my prime number conjecture will turn up some interesting results for you.

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