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Originally posted by mathfreak
Finding all the squares of primes (except 4 and 9) on line 1 is really cool, something I didn't know, and I salute you for it, but there's a reason for this, too. Modular arithmetic says we only need to check the squares of the first circle. If they all lie on line 1, then all possible prime squares will lie on line 1.
Originally posted by stander
If the elimination of non-prime numbers the way it was presented in its essence cannot find primes, would you be able to demonstrate the method which does the job in its numerical, not abstract/generalized form?
The OP mentioned all the arguments that you presented and concluded with prime factorization, the applicable part of primes. He just used a long lemma to get there as an intro for those who are not overly familiar with the subject.
[edit on 9/22/2009 by stander]
Originally posted by ALLis0NE
reply to post by bsbray11
Well from what I have read from other very knowledgeable people, and from what I concluded on my own, in the center of everything is GOD, not "nothing"