# Those very large prime numbers that were perfect

Subject:
Those very large prime numbers that were perfect squares -1 Describe the gap that is necessary to make a spiral that fills up space completely In the dimension of that perfect square With the exception of that one very tiny gap.
From:
Kenneth Udut
Date:
9/29/2013 8:17 AM

Those very large prime numbers that were perfect squares -1 Describe the gap that is necessary to make a spiral that fills up space completely In the dimension of that perfect square With the exception of that one very tiny gap.

That gap, is the gap through which all of the higher dimensions fits

Without that gap, there could be no space between things and no diversity.

All of the movement in the universe is caused by seeking to fill that gap.

That is why you have the law of conservation of energy.

Among other laws that balance out perfectly

It is also why you have certain numbers that go on forever without completion.

Those shapes are imperfect. It is the origin of the original prime number

The very first two that instantly caused a three

It may be the size of the fourth quark – Although I suspect it may be much smaller than that still. But the quark is the smallest truly odd number.

If we were to compress everything down to their original size, The largest mersenne prime will be how much of a something That needed to be missing. That brought the system out of balance And caused the universe.

It could simply be the size of the pinprick between us and our universe of origin.

Everything can be described by integers. Or, integers could simply be considered a special case of decimals. Or fractions. Doesn’t matter.

Numbers are simply a way to describe something as not something else in some fashion.

Otherwise, it would all be one. And they would be no two. And once you have to, you have to have three: the one, the other, and whatever separates one and the other.

Because you can’t have two without something in between.

Even with that, the space between zero and one contains all the numbers.