The Conjecture named after the German mathematician, Christian Goldbach (1690-1764), and stating that each even number bigger than 2 can be written as the sum of two prime numbers, was an unsolved riddle until today. At least this is what has always been claimed. By the means of this work, its author contradicts this assertion.
This demonstration arose from the intuition that the Goldbach problem cannot be solved but on the condition that the decomposition of numbers can be represented simultaneously into terms and into factors.
So, besides the algebraic demonstration, the author brings the specific representations of numbers, on which both the kinds of decomposition have been made visible at once.