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Sorry i don't know the name of this "Phenomenon" i heard (due to Sierpinski perhaps?) that if you distributed the prime numbers into an square in some manner there was an spiral that..run over all primes or something similar...i think it was called "Sierpinski spiral" or something similar...is there any information?..thanks...

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# Prime spiral ?

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