Hey Kea:

I cannot interpret your formulas. Perhaps I will check this out in Firefox. Anyway Langlands sounds just fine! I have been thinking very deeply about prime numbers and from the standpoint of complex analysis and the recent log discussions, I suppose there really is no such thing as a prime number. For example, we say three is prime, yet we KNOW for certain that sqrt(3)*sqrt(3)=3 So is 3 really prime? I think prime is only reserved for when people restrict themselves to real AND rational numbers. Cuz if we expand the discussion to include irrationals, well they have INFINITELY MANY FACTORS don’t they? Recall my alternating series for 1/3 in binary. Hmmm oh dear Kea. You have given me some more ideas to mull over!!! Have a great rest of week!