The Fundamental Rule of Arithmetic states that *“all positive integers can be expressed in only one way as the product of one or more primes”* which we update as follows:

“All integer vector angles emanating from a common center within the field of close packed spheres (radius = 1) can be expressed in only one way as the product of one or more prime vector angles”

For example, in our first movie about the Anatomie Antique we showed how the vectors for 3 and 7 combine to produce 21 : the angular distance from the integer axis “1” to “3” is identical to the angular distance from “7” to “21” and the angular distance “1” to “7” = the the angular distance from “3” to “21”*

Consequently, all prime vectors will form unique (non-composite) angular distances from all previous (*shorter*) integer vectors. Our next post will explore some of the very important consequences of this!

*the numbers in quotation are shorthand for 2 times the square root of ___

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