Most of nature is complex, are prime numbers so complex that we cannot solve them.
Martin P. Miller, a nationally certified architect, seeks to answer that question and others in this mathematical and philosophical work that reveals the fingerprints of God on multiple levels.
He shares how as a young child, he made a table that fifty years later solved prime numbers. After watching a CD on the history of mathematics, he decided to solve what everyone said was the randomness of prime numbers. The number three – which is everywhere – proved very significant.
Miller also shares a near-death experience and seeks to answer questions such as:
• Why is there bright light in heaven?
• Can we travel backward in time and rewrite history?
• What are dreams and what do they mean?
• Can the seeming randomness of prime numbers be similar to life’s experiences?
Throughout the book, the author seeks to find order in chaos, rhythm in randomness, and the fingerprints of God – finding proof of his existence in nature, in our DNA, and in the universal language of mathematics.