An English Text for The Bridges Organization

Dear audience,

the subject of my artistic and mathematical work is the distribution of the prime numbers.

It is the prevailing opinion in the mathematical community that the prime numbers are distributed in a way that does not allow any rule to be found, there seems to be no system to make a prediction for a next prime number´s position.

The mathematician Bernhard Riemann has given with his famous conjecture precise tools to calculate the quantitative decrease of the density of the prime numbers under given higher numbers.

But never the less the prime numbers still have the reputation of being chaotically positioned.

What was missing so far is a structural pattern of the prime numbers distribution.

And I promise you, I have found it:

It is a beautiful symmetry-pattern.

I hope my lecture, my art work and in addition a computer program will convince you.

This following tabular compilation of numbers consists of prime numbers with the exception that in the central vertical column there are numbers that exist between the twin-prime-numbers below 360, like 6 between 5 and 7, 12 between 11 and 13 and so on up to 348 between 347 and 349.