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Old 2005-09-04, 14:07   #1
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Exclamation new theorems about primes

i prove the infinity of Mersennes prime numbers ,and find any number of them as big aS WE WANT AS WELL AS FERMAT'S PRIME NUMBERS,THE TWIN PRIMES,THE EVEN PERFECTE NUMBERS, BY FINDING AN INFINITE SEQUENCE(ALL ITS TERMS ARE PRIME) TAKE THE FORM 2^n -1,WHERE n is prime(with proof ).
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Old 2005-09-04, 14:12   #2
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Ok, and where might these proofs be?
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Old 2005-09-04, 14:12   #3
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I can't wait to see that proof.

*sigh*,
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Old 2005-09-05, 16:33   #4
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That's nothing compared with what I found, which is an EVEN prime other than 2
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Old 2005-09-05, 16:48   #5
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-2? It is associated with 2 by the unit -1, so the two are not really considered distinct primes.

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Old 2005-09-05, 17:55   #6
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proof by caps lock?
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Old 2005-09-05, 18:06   #7
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http://primes.utm.edu/notes/crackpot.html
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Old 2005-09-05, 19:36   #8
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I can prove there are infinitely many integers greater than 10^10^100. I call it DominicanPapi10^10^101's theorem
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Old 2005-09-05, 19:50   #9
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Excellent !

Who wants to compute sghodeif crackpot's score ?

The first evaluation (debits) gives :
1 : -29.5

not so bad !

Dominicanpapi, you forgot to mention that you didn't have enough space in the margins to prove it...

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Old 2005-09-05, 20:02   #10
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Very nice list.

The capitalised words alone earn him 29 points, plus 40 or 60 for 8. (Mersenne, Fermat, possibly pattern), plus 20 for 9., perhaps +50 for 22. (hasn't followed up on the requests for the proof).

He scores between 89 and 159 points in my book, which is not bad for his 2 1/2 lines of text.

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Old 2005-09-05, 20:41   #11
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Quote:
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Very nice list.

The capitalised words alone earn him 29 points, plus 40 or 60 for 8. (Mersenne, Fermat, possibly pattern), plus 20 for 9., perhaps +50 for 22. (hasn't followed up on the requests for the proof).

He scores between 89 and 159 points in my book, which is not bad for his 2 1/2 lines of text.

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I score 80 points for #8 (mersennes, fermat, twin prime conjecture, and pattern in primes)
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