Iran GPS Spoofing and the RSA Cipher

coderman coderman at
Thu Dec 22 12:28:15 PST 2011

On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 8:31 AM, John Young <jya at> wrote:
> ...

Since 2008 I've been working on a method to fast-factor large
semiprimes with a friend of mine (maybe I've emailed you about this in
the past). We've made several advances that are previously unknown in
the mathematics literature. We found a unique prime number sieve that
uses digital-roots and the Chinese remainder theorem (it operates in
an almost "numerological" manner and it starts at the number 7); we
found symmetries that hint at a branch-and-bound contrapositive
solution to Riemann's Zeta; etc.

Lately we've been submitting a bunch of the integer sequences that
resulted from our research to AT&T's Online Encyclopedia of Integer

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