I saw a documentary recently that talked about the distribution of prime numbers and their similarity to vibrations in a sphere of quartz when struck by metal ball bearings. I tried to look up Riemann online and was overloaded with advanced math. Is there a resource where I can find out more about this correlation between primes and the physical world, without being blown away by the math?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Riemann prime distribution for dummies?

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