If you take any two prime numbers above 3
them, the difference between them is always divisible by 24
This is an observation i made one night while trying to go to sleep. I later checked my theory with all of the prime numbers from 5 to 101 and it worked. I'm afraid i don't know enough math to write this as a proof. I was looking for some kind of connection between the primes, and squared them as a means of finding that connection. I soon noticed that the differences between the squared primes was always divisible by 8, and later, 3 as well (thus 24).