The first proof of the Goldbach Conjecture. The Goldbach Conjecture claims that any even integer greater than 2 can be expressed as the sum of
two prime numbers. It is an unsolved problem in mathematics. Examples are
2+2=4, 3+7=10, and 7+17=24.
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The distance between 1 and the next pattern equivalent to odd-even-even-
odd-even is 2^3 (#evens=3) =8 or 8+1=9. And checking with 9, the first four results are odd-even-even-odd-even as expected. The sequences in between will follow the always even after odd and half the time odd and half the time even (alternating odd--even or even--odd).