Authors: Peter Bissonnet
The author used to think that the only representation of prime numbers, etc. was the prime number double helix representation. However, in 2011, the author published a paper which puzzled him and it eventually dawned upon him that there was more than one representation of prime numbers. The second representation will be referred to as the hyperbolic representation. The third representation will be called the parabolic representation and is related to the hyperbolic representation. The fourth representation is the triangular representation and is related to the hyperbolic representation. Both of the primary representations, the double helix and the hyperbolic both reject that 2 and 3 are prime numbers. The hyperbolic representation is shown to be related to Lorentz-like transformations.
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