I am doing a homework assignment for my philosophy class. He wants us to do a simple assignment that verifies the proof that there is no largest prime number. He claims it has to be where someone states to me "there is a largest prime number" I would say that is not true it is infinity and here is why. He told us we can look it up on the internet or ask someone who is a math major or math genious or even another philosopher. This is due tomorrow October 3, 2007 CAN SOMEONE please send me the information that is correct. He claims it is simple and easy and it has a forumula to prove that it can not be done. SOMEONE out there in math land HELP PLEASE you can send me a email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you so much in advance.