Brooks (Base) Square (BS) 101

~ The Architecture of Space-Time (TAOST)

&

The Conspicuous Absence of Primes (TCAOP) ~

II. TCAOP / C. TCAOP=BS-network

A Brief Introduction

I. TAOST - the network

II. TCAOP - everything minus the network

A. Review of the "Butterfly Primes"

B. Brooks Square (BS)= the new ISL table matrix

C. TCAOP=BS-network <---

2. Prime Locator - subtraction

3. Prime Locator - diagonal addition

III. Interconnectedness

 TAOST: Rules 1-50 | Rules 51-80 | Rules 81-99 | Rules 100-107 | Rules 108-153 | TCAOP: Rule 154 | Rules 155-157 | Rules 158-159 | Rule 160 | Interconnectedness: Rules 161-175 | Appendix A: Rules 176-181 | Appendix B: Rules 182-200 |

IIC  The Conspicuous Absence of Primes (TCAOP)

We are now entering into an area of the Brooks (Base) Square that, in some ways, is akin to the description, study and understanding of the missing mass and energy of dark matter and dark energy.

The prime numbers are missing, too. And like dark matter/energy, their presence is indicated by the behavior and relationships of that which is seen. The Conspicuous Absence of Primes (TCAOP) on Brooks Square (BS 1.01+) means that any odd number (#) ... remember, all primes are odd #s:

• 1. Not on the Strict Inner Grid (SIG) of the table; and
• 2. NOT on the PD;
• is prime.

The axes contain all the whole integer numbers. The PD consists of their squares ... and therefore cannot contain any primes. The 1st Diagonal from the PD contains all the odd numbers, and its even counterpart all the even numbers ... together they, too, contain all the whole integer numbers. The SIG contains odd and even patterned numbers ... numbers that follow sequences based on the numbers before and after. By definition, prime numbers to not contain patterned numbers ... if they did, they could be reduced and would not be prime.

It follows that any odd number in the SIG is not prime. The question that remains, is any odd number that is not in the SIG necessarily prime? The answer is yes!

Restated, if you have suspect prime number:

• 1. It is NOT prime if it is in the SIG;
• 2. It is NOT prime if it is on the PD;
• 3. It is NOT prime if it can be divided by another prime;
• 4. It is PRIME if 1-3 are ruled out.

While Brooks Square (BS 1.01+) contains all the whole integer numbers, the intricate number patterns within the SIG exclude the prime numbers. Prime numbers are those numbers that are absent connection to other numbers by design pattern. By definition, the non-primes define the primes and vice versa. Condition 3 above is redundant and unnecessary. If you can divide a prime number suspect by any other number than itself and one, it is not, by definition, prime. Similarly, Condition 2, is redundant and unnecessary, as well. What remains is:

If you have suspect prime number:

• 1. It is NOT prime if it is in the SIG, It is PRIME if it is not.

The validity of this argument rests on the validity that all non-prime odd numbers are accounted for in the SIG.

Indeed, what was found was that the squares of the primes ...12=1,  32=9, 52=25, 72=49, 112=121, 132=169, ... are the only non-prime odd numbers NOT found in the SIG. This means we had to reinstate Condition 2 to account for all odd numbers missing from SIG. The missing odd numbers from the SIG are those from the PD and the PRIME NUMBERS.

Restated, if you have suspect prime number:

• 1. It is NOT prime if it is in the SIG;
• 2. It is NOT prime if it is on the PD;
• 3. It is PRIME if 1-2 are ruled out.

Any odd number NOT in the SIG or PD is prime!

Like dark matter/energy, that which we can see is intimately related to that which we cannot.

 ~click to enlarge image 154 BS Rule 154: Any odd number NOT in the SIG or PD is prime! Note: Table of prime numbers.

 TAOST: Rules 1-50 | Rules 51-80 | Rules 81-99 | Rules 100-107 | Rules 108-153 | TCAOP: Rule 154 | Rules 155-157 | Rules 158-159 | Rule 160 | Interconnectedness: Rules 161-175 | Appendix A: Rules 176-181 | Appendix B: Rules 182-200 |

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Page 2b- PIN: Butterfly Primes...let the beauty seep in..

Page 2c- PIN: Butterfly Prime Directive...metamorphosis.

Page 2d- PIN: Butterfly Prime Determinant Number Array (DNA) ~conspicuous abstinence~.

Page 3- GoDNA: the Geometry of DNA (axial view) revealed.

Page 4- SCoDNA: the Structure and Chemistry of DNA (axial view).

Page 5a- Dark-Dark-Light: Dark Matter = Dark Energy

Page 5b- The History of the Universe in Scalar Graphics

Page 5c- The History of the Universe_update: The Big Void

Page 6a- Geometry- Layout

Page 6b- Geometry- Space Or Time Area (SOTA)

Page 6c- Geometry- Space-Time Interactional Dimensions(STID)

Page 6d- Distillation of SI units into ST dimensions

Page 6e- Distillation of SI quantities into ST dimensions

Page 7- The LUFE Matrix Supplement: Examples and Proofs: Introduction-Layout & Rules

Page 7c- The LUFE Matrix Supplement: References

Page 8a- The LUFE Matrix: Infinite Dimensions

Page 9- The LUFE Matrix:E=mc2

Page 10- Quantum Gravity ...by the book

Page 11- Conservation of SpaceTime

Page 12- LUFE: The Layman's Unified Field Expose`

Page 13- GoMAS: The Geometry of Music, Art and Structure ...linking science, art and esthetics. Part I

Page 14- GoMAS: The Geometry of Music, Art and Structure ...linking science, art and esthetics. Part II

Page 15- Brooks (Base) Square (BS): The Architecture of Space-Time (TAOST) and The Conspicuous Absence of Primes (TCAOP) - a brief introduction to the series

Page 16- Brooks (Base) Square interactive (BBSi) matrix: Part I "BASICS"- a step by step, multi-media interactive

Page 17- The Architecture Of SpaceTime (TAOST) as defined by the Brooks (Base) Square matrix and the Inverse Square Law (ISL).