Prime numbers and age correlation
It seems that prime numbers very much correlate with ages of prime. Prime ages, for different things of course.
2 is a prime age (anybody that has met most 2-year olds knows why this is true)
3 is still prime age to be a little kid
5 is a prime age to start school
7 is a prime age, 7 is a great time to be in second grade, 7 is also a lucky number and good second grade teachers are most common.
11 is prime time to get good at math and memorize multiplication tables.
13 is a prime age to become a teenager.
[Notice nothing prime between 13 and 17]
17 is prime age to be in high school, hanging out.
19 is a prime age to play sports (athletic prime), be in college, and all that goes with that.
23 is a prime age to go to grad school or finish college and get a job.
[Notice again nothing prime between 23 and 29]
29 is a prime age to be married.
I'll stop here for now. I am not yet 29 even, but my wife is.
Notice that interestingly enough 16, 18 and 21 are not prime, I bet a lot of people would consider these key/prime ages...
Ok, so as far as I know (I couldn't find anything with a google.com or searchme.com search), you heard it here first - prime numbers seem to very much correlate with prime ages. Your mileage may vary of course and as always, feel free to comment, disagree, or give your personal experiences.