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The Solution to Landau's Problems - With Physics Implications (For Newton)

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Posted 29 September 2016 - 04:42 PM

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The most difficult math problem of all time - solved in a perfunctory, concise way, an accepted way, consistently; and without error.

Exposition And Sub-Proofs of Landau's Pole

Prime Number Theory; Group Coordinates 

Magnitude Theory

The Rho Function - Measure of density of prime number (and then general exponential) distribution; in the reals.

A prime number is a foundational unit of arithmetic distribution (multiplication), and thus comprises the building-block root of Categorical Set Theory.  Prime numbers are arbitrarily and relatively dipolar.  Upon set-theoretic recombination (or substitution), this proves Goldbach's Conjecture for any set of combinatorially-rearranged odd addends, and the problems may be rephrased after such precedent:

1) Goldbach's Theorem: Prime numbers are subject to arbitrary substitution in the real integers, meeting the condition of relative dipolarity as progressive coordinates.

Restatement of: Prime Non-Predictability

2) The Twin Prime Theorem: The arbitrariness of prime substitution has no limit, thus there is always at most a median gap between their sequenced complementarity bridge.

Restatement of: Infinite Number of Relative Primes

3) Legendre's Conjecture: There is no bound-grouping distribution which constricts the substitution of primes - in the place of general, relative dipolarity, or logarithmic-exponential asymptotic tangency of continuation evolution.

Restatement of: The Definition Proper of "Arbitrariness"

4) The Near-Square Primes Theorem: A corollary of (2) and (3), upon analytic statistical distribution.

Restatement of: Arbitrary Distributive Dimensions of Freedom (the Proper Definition of the Prime Number [as the base principle of the coordinate system])

Rephrased collectively, these four former "problems" comprise the basis of Modal Coordinate Theory, a sub-branch of classical mechanics which is comprised of what may be termed "Aljaddou's System" (for velocity analysis):

1. The Stochastic Distribution Theorem: Randomization exists in nature, and is a co-condition of predictable phenomena.  [Validation of Absolute Newtonian Space]

2. The Infinite Coordinate System Theorem: The origin of a coordinate system is arbitrary as it is infinitely extendable, applicable, and replaceable.  [Validation of Absolute Newtonian Time]

3. The Substitute-System Theorem: Algebraic bijective functions (of multiple variables) form a consistent physical representation.  [Validation of Newton's Three Laws of Motion]

4. The Static Origin Theorem: A coordinate system is always ultimately objective.  [Validation of Newton's Light Corpuscle Theory]

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