This is all completely hypothetical and has no basis in the real world except by analogy. Assume you had an infinite energy field (and that this has no other implications other than it is just an infinite energy field), and we can describe this field as a number line from 0 to infinity. Along this line we have an infinite number of waves interacting, each with a different frequency, constituting every possible number from 0 to infinity. Now we start the time at 0 and let all the waves play out, and what do we get? All the waves with non-prime frequencies would be interfered with, and all the primes would not. As the order of prime numbers has no percievable pattern, results would not necessarily be predictable. Just a little something to think about.