Sunday, May 16, 2004

Infinite number of twin primes

I think I have a proof of the fact that there are indeed
an infinite number of twin primes. But I am not
a professional mathematician and shy about my proof.
The proof seems so simple, that I wonder why nobody else
discovered it so far (Am I correct about this one?). That
makes me doubt my proof.

Can anybody help review it?

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