20121109, 17:49  #23 
Nov 2012
2·7 Posts 
Poetry
M406378883 M43532689 (very interesting one Nick Thorpe ???) M485734367 M499666003 M592102103 (has a factor 1732581937101863) M59212859 ( M80260937 (factored = 3635338880479) M58934537 (factored = 1768036111) Best, Arx Last fiddled with by Batalov on 20121109 at 18:37 
20121110, 13:09  #24 
Nov 2012
16_{8} Posts 
Factor Check
Checkin' for factors M list above:
M90991111 59212859 M406378883 M43532689 M485734367 M499666003 Factored M96512333 M99618179 M99691379 M91000999 M97544477 M92369939 Best Arx 
20121110, 13:50  #25 
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
23415_{8} Posts 
Do your own work.

20121110, 13:51  #26 
Nov 2012
14_{10} Posts 
expo link

20121111, 18:23  #27 
Nov 2012
2·7 Posts 
hunting 1111
NOV 11
NOT Factored M45950501 M46664333 M46887647 M48119839 M48118991 M471674897  factored M46889119 M45960001 M51515501 M54596699  Best Arx 
20121113, 16:36  #28 
Nov 2012
16_{8} Posts 
+
13 NOV
NOT Factored M50337337 M51236371 M64173479 M68424667 M70347311 Factored M50952113 M51497891 M51474221 M52330111 M53276539 M55145551 M62353279 M63386941 M71364721 M78097421 Best, Arxenar Last fiddled with by Arxenar on 20121113 at 16:38 
20121114, 02:49  #29 
"Nathan"
Jul 2008
Maryland, USA
5×223 Posts 
Why do you pick out these numbers in particular? PrimeNet knows the factor status of every prime exponent from 2 to 10^9, so one can easily look up these or any other numbers in that range that might be of interest. Do you have some way of determining these numbers that you post to be of special interest? If so, what? Would it help GIMPS to concentrate on these candidates in the search for the next Mersenne prime?
Generally speaking, posting random text or lists of numbers on the forum, and making random claims about primality of such numbers, or even whether they have a factor, does not inspire mathematical confidence in your results, and is hence likely to get you labeled (fairly or not, rightly or not, unfortunately) as a "crank". Sharing your thought process with the rest of us would go a long way towards helping us understand upon what it is that you are trying to exposit. 
20121114, 09:34  #30 
Romulan Interpreter
Jun 2011
Thailand
10011000110000_{2} Posts 
He is not trying to expose anything, I imagine he is only trying to indirectly advertize that site with sows or whatever their names are, or he tries to start some flame war like don ablaze, or either he likes to play buffoon, or either is ... innocent.
Still, copying things from here to there and back still requires wasting a lot of time. "Wasting" like in doing something without a goal and understanding, just to waste the time of others or piss them off; after I have read the topic on the French forum I gave up in trying to understand his reasons. Last fiddled with by LaurV on 20121114 at 09:40 
20121116, 22:33  #31 
Nov 2012
2·7 Posts 
Kimpiked
16 NOV
NOT Factored M83933933 is the 33rd Factored 59517973 64286549 595789721 (According to the GIMPS : The confidence in final result is fair) 595457531 595719739 Complete Updated list : http://www.onezero.eu/resources/The...eorem+1379.pdf Best, Arxenar 
20130518, 08:17  #32 
Nov 2012
2·7 Posts 
The Prime Square and The ABC Conjecture
Please find the latest update
MATHEMATICS : Prime Numbers. (New) SO Prime III. ABC Conjecture PROOF SO Prime II. The Prime Square http://www.onezero.eu/resources/ZABC.pdf http://www.onezero.eu/resources/The+Prime+Square.pdf Thank You Arx 
20130519, 02:52  #33 
∂^{2}ω=0
Sep 2002
República de California
2D8A_{16} Posts 
Whichever way you slice it, it still comes up "bunkum".

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