This re-asks a question I posed on MSE:

. Does this infinite product converge?Q

$$
\frac{2}{3}\cdot\frac{7}{5}\cdot\frac{11}{13}\cdot\frac{19}{17}\cdot\frac{23}{29}\cdot\frac{37}{31} \cdot \cdots \;.
$$
I call this the *primes snake-product*:

Out to primes of size $10^{10}$, MSE user @Peter calculated the product to be $\approx 0.9048$.

@Wojowu showed that the question is likely difficult, relying on estimates of alternating sums of prime gaps, and that perhaps convergence is beyond current knowledge. I re-pose the question to see if indeed this is the case, or might known bounds suffice to establish convergence.