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I am 14.So entirely an amateur.Obviously, I do not want to fall into the, "I am a complete amatuer of your subject but assume my findings will change the world" cliche.

Anyway, I recently did some work in correlation to the nature of primes.If you would like to read it, you can access it on the vixra website:

http://vixra.org/abs/1408.0087

Anyway, my Dad took one look at the (second half) of my work (particularly the infintely complex and unpredictable pattern it creates) and said "that's got to be mandelbrot's fractal".

Admittedly as you zoom out of the pattern it appears that the pattern seems to build itself into bigger patterns- suggesting somewhat a correlation for "fractals" (though probably not mandelbrot's).In fact, when you begin to zoom out of the pattern very weird things begin to occur- bigger patterns working into small patterns- similiar patterns that diverge into chaos.

If you would like to make the structure yourself, I have created a python (and pygame) script that generates the structure.Where z equals the disposition of the camera view from point (0,0) and camera is the zoom of the structure(where 0.1 is zoomed in and 10 is zoomed out).

You can access the code here: https://drive.google.com/folderview?...kk&usp=sharing [Broken]

I tried to explain that my equations have nothing to do with fractals or complex numbers, but then took the advatage of betting a wager of £20.

Anyway, could someone prove him (or me) wrong?

Also, could someone (if possible) try to disprove (or encourage) my concepts as the beginning of a method for searching for primes (obviously the square root factors thing has already been proven).

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# A wager of £20 on the nature of primes

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