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Phi exists at the center of prime quadruplets, along with its square root, and cube root!

http://www.code144.com/zphithrice.png [Broken]

The 'pos' numbers come from the position of the prime numbers in the sequence itself, i.e. 193 is the 44th prime number, and 197 is the 45th prime number, thus, the center of the prime quadruplet (105) gets assigned a value at the center of these (44.5), and these numbers can make Phi!

Do you think it is strange that Phi is hiding here?

http://www.code144.com/zphithrice.png [Broken]

The 'pos' numbers come from the position of the prime numbers in the sequence itself, i.e. 193 is the 44th prime number, and 197 is the 45th prime number, thus, the center of the prime quadruplet (105) gets assigned a value at the center of these (44.5), and these numbers can make Phi!

Do you think it is strange that Phi is hiding here?

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