# Prime number structure

## Prime number structure

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Hi, and welcome to another broadcast from inter infinity, where we’re talking about fourth dimensional mathematics. And today we’re having a little bit more more questions come through about prime numbers. So we’ll have a little bit more of decode of the prime number base 10 system. And another way we can look at it. Just to help us sort of visualise what’s going on me in the sense, where you can say is, you know, when you look at primes, what happens is is that as Prime’s progress you know, the, the numbers before it kind of block out the numbers before that, and we always see those like numbers growing in space, but actually what they are is they’re kind of base 10 grids that are forming. And these numbers are then being distorted from their original guesses based in distortion. And they appear as prime numbers to us. Because of that distortion, nothing else really. all prime numbers in Infinity come out of the number two where we keep the infinity of odd numbers for by the division of the space of even Yeah, so like if 2468 is a infinite series. When we divide that infinity into two, we create the odd number series which is an equal number of infinity. So all or is it me with the exception of the fact that zero is obviously an even number. And we suggest that infinity is also an even number, as due to the fact of what we call reciprocal space and when you hit a square function within reciprocal space any number all reduce toward zero infinitely same as a division of something to two and, but by that we can with the squaring, we can see it more obviously, because we can hit the square root and come up to the number one and that obviously, is the structure of number space. And so therefore we have like the order numbers being infinity minus two, and the even numbers being infinity in comparison, because they’ve got zero and they have infinity as well, which is another zero. Those are spatial numbers. So when we talk about those when we look about ordinal numbers yet when we talk about the first Fourth Fifth, so that is the numbers, isn’t it in between with the excluding the zero in a way? Yeah, that’s that there’s the numbers excluding those zeros. Those odd numbers, in a sense, are the ordinal numbers because the ordinal numbers start with number one, don’t em. And when we stop counting first, fourth, fifth, sixth, that’s when and some of the the whole numbers, the ordinal numbers, terminate and say Right, that’s the infinite terminated there. Because we we finished counting, finished the steps of time. And that renders that number as a complete number in that moment, because we’ve counted all the steps that lead up to that and that first step we took was the scale step. And everything expanded from there. That’s how we get this concept of measurement with numbers. So anyway, that’s a it’s a, it’s a it’s a it’s a consciousness function. You could say we can make dimension and proportion of space using it. Yep. And so it’s where consciousness meets this, this concept of space. And we use it all the time. But But what I’m trying to say is at the end of it, the bottom line is is that these numbers are in a grid that’s based in grid limits it and so when we fall into double digit numbers, they can interfere with the with the pure pattern of number Yeah, rather than so we’re gonna get distortion and by decoding that distortion and how it works, we can unravel some of that complexity and once again, then prime number code unravels with it as you increase in base and bases to infinity. Base infinity. Everything is just that space between those two numbers.

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