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Originally Posted by jasong
Okay, I understand that if a k in k*2^n+/1 is even than k can be halved and n increased by one. But since Cullen and Woodall numbers are based on the idea that k and n are the same number, doesn't Prime Pages policy defeat the purpose of the people doing the search in the first place?

I'm risking looking silly here, but I have to admit I have no idea what you mean, Jason. But I am intrigued.
What is this Prime Pages policy?
Brian.