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Ulam Spiral Visualization - The Pattern of Prime Numbers
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The Ulam spiral is a way of visualizing the distribution of prime numbers (in blue). This pattern is one the great unsolved mysteries in mathematics and has important consequences in Cryptography.
Prime Spirals
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Inspired by the Prime Spiral video with Dr James Grime on Numberphile. I created this in Lightwave 3D and compiled it in After Effects. Explanation of what is going on is in the video itself. It basically shows how Prime numbers are distributed when varying an Archimedean spiral... I hope. I'm not really a mathematician.
Prime Spirals the 8 Adoni Prime Spirals
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The 8 Prime Spirals or 8 Adoni Prime Spirals were discovered in 1995 by Dr. Sol Adoni. The first prime spiral was discovered in 1963, the Ulam Spiral. All prime numbers over 5 exist on one of the 8 Adoni Prime Spirals. PROOF that Primes are not random. In 2012 the Prime Spirals were put into PyPrimes with other Prime Algorithms. The Prime Spirals beat all prime algorithms including the sieve of Eratosthenes.
Dr. Sol Adoni called the paper in 1995 the Ennisa Prime Formula and he described the 30Mod Algorithm with 8 prime distribution channels or 8 prime prime spirals in 1995.
Dr. Sol Adoni has created Helix Equations and HelixQ a new computer language to run complex dimensional math equations such as the 8 Prime Spirals. The 8 Adoni Spirals are also called the Sollog Primes.
41 and more Ulams Spiral - Numberphile
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More on prime numbers and Ulam's Spiral - this time focusing on 41 and Arthur C. Clarke.
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Prime Spiral Beta
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There are some prime numbers and some other things going on here... still in development / sorry for the quality.
Golden Ratio And Prime Number Spirals - An Amazing Pattern
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I showed you how to make the seed arrangement using the golden ratio here:
If you remove all of the seeds whose index numbers are NOT prime numbers, the pattern that remains is really friggin' cool.
If you have any more information on this than what I mention in the video please let me know.
Prime numbers on an archimedes spiral.
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Prime Spiral: Sieve of Eratosthenes
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Video shows the Sieve of Eratosthenes in action.
All numbers are first assumed to be prime - drawn in black.
Then all those with factors are systematically eliminated.
In the end...
Prime numbers, and one, are shown black.
Numbers with one prime factor are shown white.
Numbers with two prime factor are shown blue.
Numbers with three prime factor are shown dark red.
Numbers with four prime factor are shown greeny yellow.
Gaussian Prime Spirals
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The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily.
Start a loop with a point having integer coordinates in the complex plane (called a Gaussian integer) and trace a path as follows: ? Move right until a Gaussian prime p is encountered, then turn left 90. ? Continue, always moving straight in the curren...
Contributed by: Joseph O'Rourke and Stan Wagon
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The Ulam Prime Spiral
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The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily.
Inspired by the square spiral of Stanislaw Ulam, the prime numbers are plotted on a spiral number line. Each prime on the wound line is marked with a dot. Adjusting the tightness of the winding and the density allows different patterns to emerge.
Contributed by: Christopher Skiscim
Based on a program by: Greg Keogh
Super Prime Algorithm by Dr. Sol Adoni 30 Mod Prime Algorithm 8 Prime Spirals
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Super Prime Algorithm by Dr. Sol Adoni 30 Mod Prime Algorithm 8 Prime Spirals.
Learn about the 8 Prime Spirals 30 Mod Prime Algorithm that creates SUPER PRIMES
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Prime Number Logarithmic Spiral
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Spiral generated in the same manner as the Golden Spiral, but instead of using the Fibonacci sequence, the sequence of all prime numbers less than 1000 is plotted
Prime Number Theorem: the density of primes
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The Prime Number Theorem is explained. The natural logarithm is introduced using the logarithmic spiral to give you a better feeling for this type of growth. These come together to give us an intuitive feeling AND formula for how many primes exist as we look towards infinity.
Photoshop Tutorial #3 - Prime Spiral
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TFP AMV - Optimus Prime Spiral
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The more I listened to this song, the more it reminded me of Optimus. And so my first Transformers AMV is for my favorite Autobot. c:
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A variation on an Ulam Spiral: a Sacks Spiral
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Simplicity making complexity. In one word: Emergence.
Using the same process as my Ulam Spiral video,
but this time in a Sacks Spiral,
Enjoy.
Animation made with FMS Logo.
Doodling in Math: Sick Number Games
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素数のハニカム螺旋 - prime spiral on honeycomb grid -
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素数列を先頭からヘクスの升に中心から伸びていくように並べてみました。
詳しくはこちら。
drawing prime number sequence on honeycomb grid with growing from the center of the grid.
see more.
Day & Night News - Prime - Spiral Of Aids - Part 1
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The prime number theorem | Journey into cryptography | Computer Science | Khan Academy
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How can we estimate the number of primes up to x?
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Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant 1 of 3
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Aikatsu! Music Video Prism Spiral ♪
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Day & Night News - Prime - Spiral Of Aids - Part 2
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Aikatsu Prism Spiral Lyrics
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This is Aikatsu - Prism Spiral
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Prime Number Fractal on the Ulam Spiral
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The Ulam Spril was publicized by Stanislaw Ulam in 1963. The spiral can be generated using the sieve of Eratosthenes to etch out the prime numbers. This animation depicts 123 iterations of the sieve. Initially, the Ulam Spiral is drawn and the primes are:
3D Ulam Spiral
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Ulam spiral with prime numbers projected in the z-axis to their values.
Ulam Spiral w/ a Twist
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A pattern arranged like the Ulam spiral only instead of a dot for every prime, we use different sized circles to represent the number of divisors. Notice the pattern is almost exactly like the classic Ulam spiral only the mystery lines are way more pronounced.
spirals 8000
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The fractal set of x*ln(x), the generating function for entropy and the prime numbers, generated by laying a lattice onto the function (implemented by decimating it) with values between 1 and 8 and a step size of 0.001. Copyright (c) John Schutkeker, 2016, Royal Oak, MI.
Ulam Spirals
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Ulam's Spirals are a pretty and potentially mathematically significant way of viewing patterns among the prime numbers. The idea is to start with any natural number at a point on a square grid and proceed in a vaguely helical manner; assign each subsequent square the next number, and color squares according to whether or not their numbers are prime.
The first half of this video demonstrates this construction on a 31 x 31 grid starting with 1 at the center (green squares are prime, blue squares aren't). In the second half (once my regrettably finite grid is filled in), each subsequent frame displays the Ulam's Spiral with a central initial value 1 more than the frame before. What follows, in addition to a nice primes-in-a-whirlpool effect, is a visual manifestation of the apparent order underlying that venerable mathematical quandary of the distribution of prime numbers.
Images created using PLT-Racket. Much love to lambda.
How the NSA Hacked ECC CRYPTO and BITCOIN
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How the NSA Hacked ECC CRYPTO and BITCOIN
The special relationships between primes is how the NSA cooked seed keys for ECC crypto. Since 1995 the NSA has known that all primes exist on only 8 Prime Spirals and the relationships between numbers on these spirals is special and that relationship allows seed keys for ECC to be backdoored or cooked.
Wiki and NSA are actively banning any info about the PRIME ALGORITHM or 8 Prime Spirals as well as any info about Dr. Sol Adoni the mathematician that discovered them in 1995.
Wiki is under obvious NSA control and banning any information about the PRIME ALGORIRTHM
They have deleted the 8 PRIMES SPIRALS page and banned all users who have tried to put information about how the NSA used the 8 Prime Spirals to backdoor ECC Crypto.
Look for yourself
They even deleted a page about the mathematician that discovered it in 1995
They have banned anyone posting positive information about the original user that created the page. Go create a wiki account and post on the page below something positive, you will be accused of being a sock puppet of that user by NSA Mods that control wiki.
Try it, here is the original user that got banned and all positive posts on his page get banned too.
You can view info about this major new discovery for prime theory at
Ulam Spiral Fun
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Explanation of Sal's Ulam Sprial code
Prime Number Sieve and the Ulam Spiral
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The Ulam Spril was publicized by Stanislaw Ulam in 1963. The spiral can be generated using the sieve of Eratosthenes to etch out the prime numbers. This animation depicts 123 iterations of the sieve. Initially, the Ulam Spiral is drawn and the primes are colored dark red. Those primes that have a rank, the order that the prime appears in the prime number sequence, that is also prime are colored yellow, and those that have a rank that is a prime with a rank that is also prime are colored blue. The sieve begins with 2 and 'evaporates' every other cell. When a cell is evaporated, the cells ahead of it in the spiral shift back to fill the vacant space but they retain their original value for future division tests. The next iteration evaporates those cells divisible by 3, and then 5, 7 and so on. Red cells(primes) change to black when they are less than p^2. Thus, the area of the inner square is π(x)^2 (the prime counting function). What is left after all composites have been evaporated and the newly created black cells are interperted as composites is an exact replica of what we started with, only shifted in the hierarchy of primeness so to speak. The path of a couple of prime points is traced as they move to their final destination. Music by: cloudtalk, Austin Texas.
Prime numbers: A PATTERN!
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The graph at the end of this video shows an impressive truth about prime numbers (calculated out to the first 10 million primes, roughly). This pattern is solid, unchanging, and beautiful truth about prime numbers that may help us break the code of prime numbers and the fundamental properties of our mathematical system
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Ulam Spiral
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Illustration of the Ulam spiral, with tink sounds for the composite numbers and sosumi sounds for 1 and the primes.
اعداد اولیه و فنر اولم Prime Numbers and Ulams Spiral
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⭐️素数銀河⭐️ Prime numbers formed a line on the spiral neatly.
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世界初の素数分布表だと思います。まるで銀河系の渦巻きのようです。（
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Prime Numbers, the Ulam Spiral, and the Flaming Lips.
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The Ulam Spril was publicized by Stanislaw Ulam in 1963. The spiral can be generated using the sieve of Eratosthenes to etch out the prime numbers. This animation depicts 51 iterations of the sieve. Initially, each pixel is blue.With each successive iteration, the composite numbers (black) are etched from the blue background leaving the Ulam Spiral. This square is 240 by 240. White pixels indicate the composites identified during the current iteration. Red pixels are composites not yet discovered by the sieve. After 51 iterations the rendering is only gauranteed to be exact up to 233^2. Even so, the fraction (total number of red pixels/total number of pixels) decreases dramatically with the first few iterations.
Prime Number Logarithmic Spiral
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A short video to increase interest in solving Prime numbers. And get good math ideas in a few minutes.
An Ulam Spiral
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Simplicity making complexity. In one word: Emergence.
Ulam Spiral is when you mark the integers on a grid, in a square spiral pattern, and then retain only prime numbers.
For this variation, I retained multiples of 1, then multiples of 2, etc.
I was inspired by
and
from the EmergentDesign channel.
What I wondered was the relation between two consecutive patterns, i.e. what happens between the paterns for the multiples of 2 and 3, 3 and 4, etc.
So I imagined that each dot was moving. The first dot moving from 1 to 2 to 3..., the second one from 2 to 4 to 6..., the 3rd from 3 to 6 to 9... etc. The result is this animation where you can see the transitions between each of the multiples.
Enjoy.
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Ulam Spiral - Constant Composites
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The Ulam spiral is a method of visualizing the prime numbers, that reveals the apparent tendency of certain quadratic polynomials to generate unusually large numbers of primes. It was discovered by the mathematician Stanislaw Ulam in 1963, while he was doodling during the presentation of a long and very boring paper at a scientific meeting.
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Fibonacci Sequence Documentary - Golden Section Explained - Secret Teachings
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Fibonacci Sequence Documentary, Golden Section Explained - Secret Teachings
The Fibonacci spiral is named after Italian mathematician Fibonacci. His 1202 book Liber Abaci introduced the sequence to Western European mathematics, although the sequence had been described earlier as Virahanka numbers in Indian mathematics. By modern convention, the sequence begins either with F0 = 0 or with F1 = 1. The sequence described in Liber Abaci began with F1 = 1.
Fibonacci numbers are closely related to Lucas numbers. They are intimately connected with the golden ratio or golden mean; for example, the closest rational approximations to the ratio are 2/1, 3/2, 5/3, 8/5, ...
Fibonacci numbers appear unexpectedly often in mathematics, so much so that there is an entire journal dedicated to their study, the Fibonacci Quarterly. Applications of Fibonacci numbers include computer algorithms such as the Fibonacci search technique and the Fibonacci heap data structure, and graphs called Fibonacci cubes used for interconnecting parallel and distributed systems. They also appear in biological settings, such as branching in trees, phyllotaxis (the arrangement of leaves on a stem), the fruit sprouts of a pineapple, the flowering of an artichoke, an uncurling fern and the arrangement of a pine cone's bracts. This movie also deals with the magical applications of the sequence, the pentagram or pentacle being a Fibonacci spiral borrowed directly from nature, and also many practical applications and mathematical ideas.
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Long Lost Nikola Tesla Drawings Reveal Map To Multiplication
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A recently discovered set of original Nikola Tesla drawings reveal a map to multiplication that contains all numbers in a simple to use system. The drawings were discovered at an antique shop in central Phoenix Arizona by local artist, Abe Zucca. They are believed to have been created during the last years of Tesla’s Free Energy lab, Wardenclyffe. The manuscript is thought to contain many solutions to unanswered questions about mathematics.
The Sketches were hidden in a small trunk with numerous other drawings and manuscripts ranging from hand-held technological devices to free-energy systems, many with notes scrawled all over them. Some of the pieces are already familiar to the public, but a few others are not. Most notably is the Map to Multiplication or the Math Spiral. Zucca made a few copies and showed the drawings around to different thinkers, dreamers, and mathematicians.
A few days later a Local High School Mathematics Instructor, Joey Grether, had been working on deciphering the system and had a few breakthroughs. Grether suggests that the Spiral not only explores Multiplication as an interwoven web, but that it, “offers a comprehensive visual understanding of how all numbers are self-organized into 12 positions of composability.”
“This device allows us to see numbers as patterns, the formation of prime numbers, twin primes, Highly composite numbers, multiplication and division, as well as few other systems, I imagine, that are yet to be discovered.”
The diagram itself is very intuitive, allowing students to see how numbers all work together based on a spiral with 12 positions. 12, or 12x (multiples of 12) is the most highly composite system, which is why we have 12 months in a year, 12 inches in a foot, 24 hours in a day, etc. 12 can be divided by 2, 3, 4, and 6. So can all multiples of 12. For every 12 numbers there is a chance of 4 numbers being prime. They happen to fall in positions (think clock positions) 5, 7, 11, and 1.
Tesla is known for the quote “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have the key to the universe.” It turns out that when the device is examined, the digital roots of the numbers in positions 3, 6, 9, and 12 constantly repeat the same sequence 3, 6, 9! Is this what Tesla was referring too? The self-organization of numbers and their digital roots?
Its hard to say, but Grether seems to think so. “This breakthrough is phenomenal. If we could get students all over the globe to use this technique, to play with it, and help figure out how to use it, we could overcome our cultural aversion to Mathematics. Instead of memorizing the multiplication table, we could learn the positions of numbers and have a better understanding of how they work.”
Juan Zapata, One of Mr. G’s students believes so as well… “I used to say I’m bad at Math… cause that's what everyone says, but now, I’m like, dude, this is too easy.”
Theres one other fact about the Tesla Spiral that make it interesting. The diagram is dated 12/12/12! 1912. Grether and his students want to turn December 12 into a national holiday. So grab a 12 pack, get a dozen donuts, and celebrate the power of 12x.
Source: cbsnews.com.co
Ulam Spiral
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This ulam spiral is viewed as a surface such that -1 is a prime and 0 is a composite number. Then, I diffuse the area as time goes on to show the structure of the shape of prime numbers on a more grand scale.
In essense, it is a rough map of the density of an ulam spiral. Each prime is 1, each composite is 0 (inverted to give a better view). It shows us bizarrely enough that the curve isn't random. There density function doesn't rapidly flatten to a gravity-well like structure. Instead, it forms a bizarre map of interestingly varied density, likely because prime numbers have a loose pattern about them, which can be seen, in beautiful visualization, here.
Tony Hawk Skates First Downward Spiral Loop - BTS
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Tony Hawk Skates First Downward Spiral Loop:
A behind the scenes look at the idea, the build and the stunt.
We talked with Tony about an idea of creating a Helix shaped ramp that could be skated from top to bottom and he was excited but also a little nervous. To make it all the way around and out, he needed a combination of the right speed, centrifugal force and friction to keep him on the vertical wall. Thanks to Sony for funding this dream and the help of Sony Action Cameras to capture the event. Skateboarding is fun.
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