Why does the universe exist? 7.3

Euler problem 10.4

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program main

  implicit none

  integer :: p_max, p_count, i, j
  integer(kind = 16) :: p_sum
  logical, ALLOCATABLE, DIMENSION(:) :: is_prime

  p_max = 2000000

  ALLOCATE(is_prime(p_max))

  is_prime = .true.

  is_prime(1) = .false.

  do i = 2, ceiling(sqrt(real(p_max)))
     if (is_prime(i)) then
        do j = i*i, p_max, i
           is_prime(j) = .false.
        end do
     end if
  end do

  p_count = 0
  p_sum = 0
  do i = 1, p_max
     if (is_prime(i)) then
        p_count = p_count + 1
        p_sum = p_sum + i
     end if
  end do

  print *, "p_count == ", p_count
  print *, "p_sum == ", p_sum

  DEALLOCATE(is_prime)

end program main

For a universe part, which is partial in space or in time, you can ask for its cause.

But for the universe as a whole, you cannot.

If the big bang is the first cause, you cannot ask for the cause of its existence.

Asking for the cause of the existence of the universe is the same as asking for the cause of the first cause.

— Me@2012-10-15 08:33:01 AM

— Me@2022-11-27 09:09:53 PM

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