We all know that $$15=3 \times 5$$
And $$15 =(-3) \times(-5)$$
Since $3 \neq -3$ and $5 \neq -5$ , we have two different prime factorizations !
Is this wrong ?
If this is wrong , then there are no negative primes !
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