Natural prime numbers     

Natural prime numbers are comprised of two sets of numbers, which are uniformly distributed.

The sets are:  Par prime numbers and Par3 prime numbers, which are determined by the diagonal, "d," of the Pulsoids that underlie seminal motion.

Unlike conventional prime numbers, there is nothing random about the distribution of the Natural prime numbers; their distribution is uniform; so much so, that they are the "scale of Nature."

Natural prime number can be "mapped" with simple algebraic functions to every integer except "0" and +1.  Even the "0" and +1 limitation is arguable.

Thank you for your interest.  Natural prime numbers can be a difficult concept to grasp; should you have any further questions regarding the concept of Natural prime numbers, please E-mail for assistance.

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