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November 17th, 2015, 10:29 PM   #1
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Proof of Goldbach Conjecture

Proof of Goldbach Conjecture. Also Eaton's Conjecture which states:
" Any even integer > 12 has more than one sum of two primes".
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A notepad proof. That's something I haven't seen yet. Anyway, why do you feel these so called Pa's that satisfy your equation even exist? Assuming you can find them is the same thing as assuming the conjecture is true.
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Maybe this is a humor piece, like J.R. Partington's 'proof' of RH? I especially like the proof by assertion bit:

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This process can be performed to and even integer > 2, and will allways show that, by subtracting either 1, or the next odd functioning prime from the even integer, and adding it to the 2, in ( 2 + Pa ), will show a sum of two odd primes.

( 2a - ( 1 or next functionimg prime Pa ) ) + ( 2 + ( 1, or the same odd prime Pa )) = op + op = even integer
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It's a possibility. I think we need a Mathematical Breakthroughs section in this forum. There's been a lot of them here lately.
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I think we need a Mathematical Breakthroughs section in this forum. There's been a lot of them here lately.
Speaking of which, it's time for a review: Is this a mathematical breakthrough?
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Speaking of which, it's time for a review: Is this a mathematical breakthrough?
This does not happen ever.
A specialist in his field will never discuss the problem with not familiar person.
Usually find out who the author of the idea. Where? Who collaborates?

I many times wanted to send the article in a mathematical journal.
I have never, not even article took.

The only possibility is to post your ideas in the forum or in blogs.
People will read and learn. If you see flaws then I must say.
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This does not happen ever.
What does not happen ever?
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What does not happen ever?
A specialist will never discuss the issue here with these people.
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Proof of Goldbach Conjecture

Pa is the set of odd primes.
Please if you would, see how the Eaton's Conjecture relates to a proof of the Goldbach Conjecture, at very large integral levels. at the end of the proof.
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I am sorry op is the set of odd primes. Pa is the odd prime.
I had to refer to the paper, sorry.
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