There's this longstanding observation that we live in a "fine-tuned universe," which is to say that several fundamental physical constants (e.g. strength of gravity, electromagnetism) appear to be set perfectly for us. If they were any different, even by one part in a billion, the universe would

I discovered a new (to me) way of approaching the Goldbach problem; this is a brief overview. Scratch page [ HTML | PDF ] Trying to prove there are always primes p, q such that p+q = N for any even N > 2, where p <= q. N.B. Largely ignoring 2