Here is a more formal statement of the proof with formulae given in LaTex format. The wording could be improved a bit more, or a few formulas added between lines for clarity, however this should be enough for mathematicians familiar with the topic to discuss the concept. **(Update)** Given there are infinite primes. Given $z\neq xy$ is the set of primes for $1<x$ and $1<y$. Therefore, there are infinite holes, values with no integer solutions, on that surface. Given there ar
This is a temporary post showing the basic outline of the logic used to solve the Twin Prime Conjecture. The proof shows the basic steps needed to prove there are infinitely many Twin Primes. There is a change of variables used 1/2 way down the photo/proof that was done simply for convention, and not all Algebraic steps are shown. A formal, detailed explanation is forthcoming and will be posted as soon as possible. Until then, the basic technique and explanation is as fo
Since deriving a Twin Primes proof in 2016, I have sought to simplify the proof and make it available to a larger audience. I rewrote it a few months later, adding some info, but it was generally still not approachable enough in written form. A year later, I distilled the proof even further but didn’t deem it worth another rewrite at that time. That changed recently, when I understood another simplification in the process, one that should allow me to more rapidly, clearly, an
A methods to prove the Twin Prime Conjecture are given and discussed. The pictures currently cover 2 short papers. First is the original proof, sufficient to convey its workings to those familiar with the topic, but written somewhat informally, and second is an update, which furthers the formalization of the logic.
The Proof works generally as follows: 1 surface is assigned to the primes such that if you choose values not on that surface you generate a prime. A 2nd surfa