# Bulletin of the American Physical Society

# APS March Meeting 2011

## Volume 56, Number 1

## Monday–Friday, March 21–25, 2011; Dallas, Texas

### Abstract: K1.00143 : Number-Theory in Nuclear-Physics in Number-Theory: Non-Primality Factorization As Fission VS. Primality As Fusion; Composites' Islands of INstability: Feshbach-Resonances?

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Numbers: primality/indivisibility/non-factorization versus
compositeness/divisibility/ factorization, often in tandem but not always,
provocatively close analogy to nuclear-physics: (2 + 1)=(fusion)=3;
(3+1)=(fission)=4[=2 x 2]; (4+1)=(fusion)=5; (5 +1)=(fission)=6[=2 x 3]; (6
+ 1)=(fusion)=7; (7+1)=(fission)=8[= 2 x 4 = 2 x 2 x 2]; (8 + 1) =(non:
fission nor fusion)= 9[=3 x 3]; then ONLY composites' Islands of
fusion-INstability: 8, 9, 10; then 14, 15, 16, {\ldots} Could inter-digit
Feshbach-resonances exist??? Possible applications to: quantum-information/
computing non-Shore factorization, millennium-problem Riemann-hypotheses
proof as Goodkin BEC intersection with graph-theory "short-cut" method:
Rayleigh(1870)-Polya(1922)-"Anderson"(1958)-localization,
Goldbach-conjecture, financial auditing/accounting as
quantum-statistical-physics; {\ldots}abound!!! Watkins [\underline
{www.secamlocal.ex.ac.uk/people/staff/mrwatkin/}] "Number-Theory in Physics"
many interconnections: "pure"-maths number-theory to physics including
Siegel [AMS Joint Mtg.(2002)-Abs.{\#} 973-60-124] inversion of statistics
on-average digits' Newcomb(1881)-Weyl(14-16)-Benford(38)-law to reveal both
the quantum and BEQS (digits = bosons = digits:"spinEless-boZos"). 1881 $<$
1885 $<$ 1901 $<$ 1905 $<$ 1925 $<$ 1927, altering quantum-theory history!!!

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