# Primes Platform (maps)

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Prime hexagon is a mathematical structure developed by mathematician T. Gallion that is formed when integers are sequentially added to a field of tessellating equilateral triangles, where the path of the integers is changed whenever a prime is encountered.

``````This is not easy as they are linked to the nature of prime numbers, and nothing is easy about the nature of prime numbers.  But I begin with this assumption: if the hexagons participate in the Universe in any way other than haphazardly, they must be demonstrably ***congruent to something organized*** _([T. Gallion](https://www.hexspin.com/minor-hexagons/))_.
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The “cut-and-paste” method is used in conservative transposition. The enzyme transposase acts like DNA scissors, cutting through the double stranded DNA to remove a transposon from one genomic site. A new cut is made in the target site where the transposon is integrated back into the DNA. (Wikipedia)

This behaviour in a fundamental causal relation to the primes when the products are entered into the partitions system. The subclasses of partitions systemically develops characters similar to the distribution of prime numbers.

## Seven-day weeks

By True Prime Pars we shall take 36 nodes to conjugate partitions. So the most possible way is taking the 3rd layer which hold the sum 36 of prime pair 19 and 17. Here we start by taking the 2 of first primes 2 and 3 to 4 as 2x2 and 8 as 2x2x2.

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The Babylonians divided their lunar months into seven-day weeks, with the final day of the week holding particular religious significance. The 28-day month, or a complete cycle of the Moon, is a bit too large a period of time to manage effectively, and so the Babylonians divided their months into four equal parts of seven. (Discover)

Taking a distinc function between f(π) as P vs f(i) as NP where e + 1 = 0 theoretically they shall be correlated to get an expression of the prime platform similar to the Mathematical Elementary Cell 30 (MEC30).

These include generating variants of their abundance profile, assigning taxonomy and finally generating a rooted phylogenetic tree.

The code is interspersed with python, shell, perl, also demonstrates how multiple languages can be integrated seamlessly.