Main Question or Discussion Point
What's the problem with this trivial solution: n --> n'th prime.
Can you give an example?When I googled what I found were mind boggling functions...
https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1160411/is-there-a-one-to-one-function-from-the-natural-numbers-to-the-primesCan you give an example?
Your solution does of course use the result that the number of primes is not finite, so depending on what can be assumed known, that solution may not be "trivial".