Friday, May 12, 2006

THE RODIN SOLUTION PROJECT- executive sumary .pdf

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Blogger PrimeNumberMod said...

You mention prime number factoring in your radio interview / summary papers... could you demonstrate how your solution can find the prime factors for something like 44377?

8:10 AM  
Blogger Marko Rodin said...

Your answer has two parts:

http://rodinaerodynamics.org/Phyllotaxis_Prime_Number_Seive_feb_2004.pdf

The second half is still not posted and will be some time until it is unfortunately. But it is a hell of a read and involves prime base systems (modulo 9, modulo 25, modulo 49, which is base 10, 26, 50 respectively which are all based on the squaring of primes).... and proves that prime numbers do indeed actually exhibit symmetry when modeled accurately in a toroid.

3:09 AM  

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