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I have found an interesting result after looking at the Goldbach Conjecture.
It suggests that if there is a smaller Goldbach partition then there is always an equal or larger Goldbach partition.
Looks like a simple "proof" to me but I guess it may not be given this has eluded the mathematical world to date.
Anyway, I would like to get it reviewed by an expert in the field. It only uses two sides of A4.