20200623CoslorJustinM--Map-Quadrant-System-Prime-Composite-Toggle-Flag-Reversal.txt
Andy, I need to know my password or have it changed with you over the
phone (without actually saying it outright) for justin@picform.org. In
Putty pscp it says that justin@picform.org connects to
justin@central.frdcsa.org but my password attempts were incorrect so I
will just put it through that other way as discussed. Thanks. Also, I
can pay you some, you name the amount, to do the prime number
composition toggle flags on the Map Quadrant System as I described to
you in a previous email a few weeks or months ago, described in more
depth than in my World Map Quadrant System paper scan example.
Remember that with a prime number sieve you start out with the smallest
prime number to check for divisibility with the Mod (modulus modulo)
remainder test to see if it is whole number divisible without a
remainder thus a prime factor, and test each larger and larger prime
number up from that up until no larger than the square root of the
number being factored to find all of its prime factors. The prime
factors contained in the composite number are a self-ordering system to
backtrack their base four toggle flags and thus the ordering of the Map
Quadrant System Letter String choices in their natural order. Copyright
06/23/2020 Justin Coslor -- Map Quadrant System Prime Number Base Four
Toggle Flags for ABCD or 1234 Natural Number Composite Symbol Ordering
Reversal.
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Composite, and mobile phone bill paid for Mom, You, and I Justin Coslor
Fri, Jun 5, 4:43 PM
to Andrew Greetings Andy! So the bill for you $25 paid by my Mom, and
the bill for me $25 paid by my Mom, and the bill for her $25 for the
mobile phones has been paid today. Just thought I would let you know.
Maybe one of the Sonic the Hedgehog games is multiplayer that we could
play together over the internet, or another game? I looked up the 3900x
processor and it looks like it is the most advanced high end pc gamer
chipset available on the market today. Maybe we could make a symmetry
and precision game about visualizing exponents as that many symmetrical
dimensions such as from "the first 1000 unit branch connections" and
combinatorics of spheres in 3D+ space, incorporating the connections of
prime and composite Natural numbers connected to each other and
connected to one from largest prime to smallest prime connected to one
symmetrically, as the balance points in the Universe. Also, I was hoping
that maybe you could download a list of the first 100 prime numbers to
represent 25 map quadrant letter string symbols in groups of four prime
numbers (in regard to A, B, C, D) along the prime number line starting
with one of the group 2,3,5,7 for the first quadrant choice of one of
A,B,C,D, and one from the next group of four for the next choice and so
on up to the 100th prime number for the first 25 Map Quadrant System
letter string symbols, which is where the imagery seems to tap out at as
approximately a one meter by one meter box or rectangle of quadrants
within quadrants from the final atlas zoom page being at about 19
symbols. That way all of the chosen quadrants would be represented by a
self-ordering sequence of prime numbers that get multiplied together (25
prime numbers multiplied together, none of which will be any larger than
the 100th prime number on the prime number line) as a single composite
Natural number that gets factored into its original sequence of prime
numbers representing the sequence in reverse of the letters chosen to
zoom in on, each only needing to test factor up to the square root of
the number being considered for primality testing. A test box on the Map
Quadrant System Demo webpage that does the prime number stuff and shows
the composite that can be later factored into its ABCD primeline toggle
flags or entered as a composite to factor out a letter string into the
letter string box for a quick update to see a direct pre-processed ABCD
zoom path route. A = Upper Left, B = Upper Right, C = Lower Left, D =
Lower Right. Or with numbers (though producing a different barcode)
A,B,C,D = 1,2,3,4.
See the my original write-up of the Demo for clarity:
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http://picform.org/maps/
http://picform.org/20170317CoslorJustinM--World_Map_Quadrant_System.jpg
6/5/2020
justincoslor@gmail.com
JUSTIN M COSLOR
2055 FRASER ST APT 302
BELLINGHAM, WA 98229
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
picform.org/maps/
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