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Old 2015-01-13, 13:59   #45
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Thank you for doing that.

Oh, it became a quite smooth pair. What else?

Got a little saturated system before finishing off yesterday and will continue now.

It also became a couple of results which I will update as time goes by.
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Old 2015-01-13, 14:14   #46
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Hehe, I am almost convinced about the previous discussion regarding the biological or electronic source of the postings. I'm not gonna say the B word because I don't want to trigger an automated denial of some sort in case the suspicion is correct. Any biological reader should be able to easily figure out what I mean.

So If I say - factors - and add a few other terms like - this number with 120 digits - etc. I wonder what will be the response?
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Old 2015-01-13, 16:05   #47
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Should perhaps tell that I just found a PRP848 here.

I will be adding this factor a little later.

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Old 2015-01-14, 01:26   #48
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Hehe, I am almost convinced about the previous discussion regarding the biological or electronic source of the postings. I'm not gonna say the B word because I don't want to trigger an automated denial of some sort in case the suspicion is correct. Any biological reader should be able to easily figure out what I mean.

So If I say - factors - and add a few other terms like - this number with 120 digits - etc. I wonder what will be the response?
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Should perhaps tell that I just found a PRP848 here.

I will be adding this factor a little later.
This response seems to militate against your suspicion.

Personally, as I've remarked before, I find it much more interesting and unlikely that the user is a b*t. It would have to be a quite sophisticated one, or else one custom-made to discuss mersenneforum topics. Both seem far less likely than a mathematically unsophisticated poster with a poor grasp of the English language.

story: I factored your C80.
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Old 2015-01-14, 10:57   #49
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Personally, as I've remarked before, I find it much more interesting and unlikely that the user is a b*t. It would have to be a quite sophisticated one, or else one custom-made to discuss mersenneforum topics. Both seem far less likely than a mathematically unsophisticated poster with a poor grasp of the English language.
My money goes onto a b*t whose human operator (whether that's the programmer or not) sometimes, but not always,
"helps it along".

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Old 2015-01-14, 22:58   #50
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Old 2015-01-17, 18:30   #51
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C80 = 47696710294705499280359610260517275637267727477058055991019082347840906420354827

This C80 is a stubborn one and right now I do not have the factors for it.
Although it would be quicker to install YAFU, even Alpertron will factor this, and any other number up to C90.
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Old 2015-01-17, 22:34   #52
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Yes, but it needs Java (and not Yafu) in order to work.

http://www.alpertron.com.ar/ECM.HTM

Try it out without having Java installed by using the calculator at the bottom of this page.

Based on earlier experiences, including a massive crash involving three hard discs, I am now reluctant to download and try everything.

So it goes for now.

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Old 2015-01-18, 00:36   #53
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My money goes onto a b*t whose human operator (whether that's the programmer or not) sometimes, but not always,
"helps it along".
That seems almost non-falsifiable -- anything sensible the user says can be attributed to human intervention.
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That seems almost non-falsifiable -- anything sensible the user says can be attributed to human intervention.
Yes, indeed. It's a pity that reality doesn't always take care to be provable or falsifiable.
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Old 2015-01-23, 22:28   #55
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Question for you.

If you do not mind.

http://factordb.com/index.php?id=1100000000621571620

This number is the product of the P252 factor of 2^1024+1 and the the P564 factor of 2^2048+1.

I can update with the factors if there are no objections to this.

Nice done. Thanks!

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