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Old 2015-10-19, 18:49   #111
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danaj,

Speaking for myself, please do continue answering when you have detailed information and intimate knowledge of the topic.
As usual people have shown an inability to read. The OP used unusual and/or non-standard terminology.
I simply asked the OP for a definition.

Detailed technical discussion by others can not provide this definition unless they are telepaths. They can only guess.
I too can guess. But as a matter of courtesy I prefer not to put words in other people's mouths.


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If the OP has anything more to add, especially as to why this work may be ready for new discoveries, I hope he will also respond.
Allow me to ask you:

Can you cite any field of human study that is complete? It is VACUOUS to say "may be ready for new discoveries".
Either it is ready or it isn't. Saying "may be" without any explanation says nothing at all. OTOH, the OP might have
some unstated piece of information that led to his conclusion.
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Old 2015-10-19, 19:08   #112
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As usual people have shown an inability to read. The OP used unusual and/or non-standard terminology. I simply asked the OP for a definition.
And, as usual, you are easier to play than a fiddle.

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Allow me to ask you:

Can you cite any field of human study that is complete? It is VACUOUS to say "may be ready for new discoveries". Either it is ready or it isn't. Saying "may be" without any explanation says nothing at all. OTOH, the OP might have some unstated piece of information that led to his conclusion.
Clearly what they say is nebulous. But what you say is also.

Just for discussion here Mr. Silverman, can you state anything absolutely?

That's a serious question.
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Old 2015-10-19, 19:16   #113
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And, as usual, you are easier to play than a fiddle.



Clearly what they say is nebulous. But what you say is also.

Just for discussion here Mr. Silverman, can you state anything absolutely?

That's a serious question.
Of course I can. There are a very large number of known theorems in mathematics.
One can also state a number of absolute facts about the physics and reality in
which we live.
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Old 2015-10-19, 19:18   #114
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And, as usual, you are easier to play than a fiddle.



Clearly what they say is nebulous.
Then stop the damn hyperbole. The subject here is mathematics.
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And, as usual, you are easier to play than a fiddle.
that's kind of mean considering even I can play the violin just not necessarily the type of music to make it a fiddle.
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Then stop the damn hyperbole. The subject here is mathematics.
Bring it forward.
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Old 2015-10-19, 20:05   #117
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Often people ask questions because they want information. It can be hard to tell, as a reader, when this is the case vs. questions asked as a rhetorical method for teaching, berating, or shaming.

Eagerly awaiting Matt's reply.
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Old 2015-10-19, 20:33   #118
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Too much carping, too little discussion. Thread locked until I feel like unlocking it.
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Old 2017-09-13, 08:30   #119
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Hi Mersenneforum,


We continue to consider prime constellations


It is easiest to consider pairs, and 3 primes in a small group.


Look at attachment.


Regards,
Matt
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File Type: pdf Small prime constellations 3b pdf b.pdf (119.5 KB, 253 views)
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For k-tuplets look also here
http://matheplanet.com/matheplanet/n...php?forum=9015
at page 1
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Old 2021-11-30, 14:26   #121
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Default Cunningham Chain

Overworked Cunningham Chain Page is online.
Original is/was by D. Augustin.


https://www.pzktupel.de/JensKruseAnd...%20Records.htm


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