I would like my question, "A new approach to the Goldbach conjecture", to be reopened. The reasons presented for closing do not make sense. Usually you are helpful and improve my questions. Someone has always edited my questions. I feel that this question is very important and misunderstood. For this reason please re-open the question so that we can have further discussion of the material presented.
I have just read what you wrote.
A few observations: (i) Math.SE is quite not the place to propose the renaming of century-old conjectures. (ii) Your second conclusion is a magnificent non sequitur. (iii) I have no idea what your third point is supposed to be.
The main problem with what you wrote is that it is not a question, and this site is devoted to questions. You are of course free to be pursue the line of investigation you sketched in what you wrote, and we will all celebrate your success if it gets to that, but it should be quite obvious from reading essentially all questions and answers present in this site, and the FAQ, that this is not the correct place to propose research lines.
As far as I can see, there is no reason to reopen the question.