A previously undistinguished mathematician made significant progress on the Twin Primes Conjecture. "The Sieve of Eratosthenes does too good a job," said a number theorist. "His sieve doesn't do as good a job, because you're not using everything you can sieve with." | Harper's Magazine

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A previously undistinguished mathematician made significant progress on the Twin Primes Conjecture. “The Sieve of Eratosthenes does too good a job,” said a number theorist. “His sieve doesn’t do as good a job, because you’re not using everything you can sieve with.”

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A previously undistinguished mathematician made significant progress on the Twin Primes Conjecture. “The Sieve of Eratosthenes does too good a job,” said a number theorist. “His sieve doesn’t do as good a job, because you’re not using everything you can sieve with.” 

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