Hello everybody , I'm Adrian , new stupid among apes(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This might sound silly or obvious according to a viewer's point of view and knowledge on the matter but,is there any visible undeniable linear order or logical distinguishable pattern in the distribution of primes of which humanity knows of , now, in 2012 ?

I really need to know this as I'm getting mad trying to find this answer everywhere my eyes can put their sight on...

A friend of mine says Riemann is the only one who could grasp the signs of a pattern and that his findings are the only available nowadays. Is that true or something new is on the way ?

(PLEASE, I don't want to start a post about him !! Question is simple and clear,I guess...)

I'm just searching for a "no,there isn't" or the exact opposite(possibly with the article/publication source,in the case that happened in a moment of blindness...) :shy:

Best regards , Adrian

P.s. : I'm asking because I'm trying to find it;if that exists I won't waste other time on prime numbers...Quite logical...

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