# The Inverse Infinite Spiral Placement of Prime Numbers and Their Derivatives at the Cone of Pythagoras 1:3

• Vinoo Cameron Hope Clinic, Athens, Wisconsin
Keywords: Prime Number Placement, Inverse Cone of Pythagoras 1:3

### Abstract

All mathematics of placement in this paper is mathematically absolute and precise by clear mathematics. This paper(section1) is the very basic “synopsis” of an upcoming book by the author “The God of Papa Einstein and Sir Isaac Newton “. It delineates the predictable expanding spirals of the prime numbers and their derivatives, by two cords, that hug the half-line of the 1:3 Pythagoras inverse cone. The inner spiral of all predictable spirals of prime numbers and their derivatives and the outer spiral at the predictable template of a spiral of prime number 5(+10,+20 alternate), which is the exact replicate of the inner spiral of prime numbers and their derivatives. The two spirals expand at two separate predictable geometric intervals, the outer spiral expanding predictably slower than the inner spiral as a replicate in geometric placement and in a sieve . These prime numbers and their derivatives ( Pseudo prime numbers) are sieved by placement in the continuum  by a  predictable formula demonstrated by the table at the end of this paper.

In a separate exhaustive (Section 11) of this paper to be submitted separately, the author along with a contributing physicist discusses the synopsis of the  patent configuration of prime numbers at the 1:3 cone, that is the  genesis of the curvature of space and format -1 zero by the placement of prime numbers and their derivatives .”The mother of all science is mathematics”, this paper celebrates that dictum.

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END. Vinoo Cameron M.D FRCS. September 18th,2019

Published
2019-09-25
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Cameron, V. (2019). The Inverse Infinite Spiral Placement of Prime Numbers and Their Derivatives at the Cone of Pythagoras 1:3. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS, 16(1), 355-361. https://doi.org/10.24297/jap.v16i1.8437
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