I was triggered by the discussion "does every arbitrary digit sequence of length N occur in the decimals of Pi"
Although Pi is irrational and contains an infinite number of decimals, it seems that every sequence of N digits does not necessarily occur in Pi's decimals.
But I have another question, and I did not find any discussion about it. Does every sequence of N digits occur in at least one of the prime numbers.
So I am not asking if a certain prime number contains every possible sequence of N digits. To me it seems obvious that there does not exist such a prime number.
When N is small, it is obvious that every sequence will occur in at least one prime number. But when N gets larger, the prime numbers containing this sequence will become less.
Is there a largest N, where the sequence will not occur anymore in a prime number? Since the number of primes is infinite, so there will exist a prime number with an infinite number of digits (is that true?). So it is likely that every digit sequence will occur in at least one prime number. Is this something which can be proven?