Note: An error was found in the previous graphic. This has been corrected and the revised diagram added to the page along with a new link to the larger version.
In the last article in the series, I am sure some felt that I may have been losing my mind. But here is the thing about me, I see things long before I have the ability to articulate what it is I am seeing. In trying to convey that, I have a tendency to publish articles that mainly serve as rough notes for what I am about to do. This tends to confuse people, as it will be littered with random mistakes and values, or formulas, that make no sense. That said, always pay attention to the title of the article as that usually turns out to be accurate in the end.
I was meant to take a break from this RSA and Prime Number stuff for a week, but I had some free time and started toying with the math again. I couldn't resist.
That's when I broke this.
Prime Number Distribution Pattern
All throughout history men (and woman) have wondered why Prime Numbers follow the pattern that they do. As someone once put it, 'they are like little weeds' that pop up seemingly randomly throughout the world of numbers.
Well, wonder no more. This diagram explains everything.
Here is a link to a larger version:
As yet, this explanation has not led to the ability to predict Prime Numbers, however, everything comes in stages. In terms of RSA, extended diagrams show that this method can be used to break small semiprimes, but as yet no attempt has been made on large semiprimes.