Posted by PainState on 2012-05-29 20:31:06
"I'm trying to solve the Twin Prime Conjecture (whether there are infinite prime numbers separated by 2)."
Really? FUMBBL is the place for this discussion?
I think you have been hanging around with the wrong crowd on FUMBBL.
Posted by Nelphine on 2012-05-29 20:31:42
yeah.. that's what the D&D types said too. But oh well!
Posted by Calcium on 2012-05-29 20:36:19
I will contribute to your problem by adding a '1'
Good luck with that!
Posted by DonTomaso on 2012-05-29 21:07:59
Well, we certainly have a few geeks that would understand what you are on about, but I'd go to a nerdy maths-forum...
Cheers and good luck.
Posted by Were_M_Eye on 2012-05-29 21:16:23
I know how to make a primed number. You take your number to a vell ventilated area, shake your spray can, then spray. And tada! A primed number.
Posted by Overhamsteren on 2012-05-29 21:34:06
I'm sure next you will tell us how you prime your member
Posted by Wreckage on 2012-05-29 21:45:50
Whats your basis for the formulat you use anyways? It's not like you really tell much about what you do in the first place.
Posted by Nelphine on 2012-05-29 22:41:47
I didn't say much about the formula because a) I've tried several methods and they get kind of technical and b) I figured anyone interested further might just message me.
Posted by Wreckage on 2012-05-30 13:17:55
It's your blog, you could write about when you take your toilet breaks, it's really noone elses buisness.
To tell the truth my concern is that I don't really see how you wanna establish twin prime numbers are infinite just by calculating higher and higher numbers. I mean obviously there are going to be more numbers after that. But ok you say you can maybe arbitrary change the 10000 to a, so what's the idea behind the formular. Was just asking you. I don't think you will find any real experts on the matter here so if you're asking here you may asweel give us the necessary background to level us up with you.