The idea of semantics is quite applicable in this puzzle of a mathematical nature. As such, what one means by an ''exhaustive list'' for primes, would indicate that it is a thorough and complete list (definition of what anexhaustive listcompounds to).

Prime numbers, as bowing to Euclid's Proof, are infinite. As such, if you are referring to an 'exhaustive list' of prime numbers, it would, by its very nature, infer infinite.

Thus, closely related isn't hitting the true crux of solving this problem (pattern to predicting prime numbers - not 75% of the time, not 89.97, etc).

It would have to be in either: (1) finding a measurement system that holds for the duration of...infinity (so far, base 6 only goes to a certain extent, then we see skips), (2) findingthepattern (graphical distribution, for which the R^2 value is not 100%, but, pretty darn close) but, the pattern/formula still evades us.

Unless I mistook whatyoumeant by an "exhaustive list". (?)