May 3rd, 2012, 1:40 pm
I know that there is likely an error somewhere in my solutions to these problems, so I won't be audacious and claim that I have 'the' proof; however, I have been able to convince myself and a few other people with graduate level training in mathematics that this solution is true.I have attached a pdf of my proof here. It is only 4 pages long, reasonably well written, and anybody with basic calculus level understanding should be able to read it.The gist of the proof is that I construct an unbounded matrix C such that the sum of the sum of rows diverges differently then the sum of the sum of columns...if one assumes that the Polignac's or even the Twin Prime's conjecture to be true.I am curious to know what others think of this result and if this is something worth submitting to arxiv? If so I would certainly appreciate an endorsement: Endorsement Code: A4PANW

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