20181221, 09:45  #133 
Mar 2018
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frequency of residue 5 and 6
anyway nobody has yet explained why there are so many probable primes with residue 5 mod 7 (i think 9) and none with residue 6. If the numbers were random, i think that could not be possible...I am pretty sure that somebody in the world knows something more about these numbers
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20181221, 09:53  #134 
Mar 2018
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I am pretty sure
i am pretty sure that these numbers will have other surprises...i think that with my computer I will find only another couple of them, but within 5 years, with the new graphene chips, i will manage to reach exponent 1 million and so a lot of other things will emerge!

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20181224, 15:45  #138 
Mar 2018
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the very INTERESTING thing
I found the VERY interesting thing that pg(51456) and pg(541456) are both probable prime. That said, i found the VERY remarkable fact that:
(51456+1)=7351*7 (541456+1)=77351*7!!! And I think that we could find even more REMARKABLE facts if we consider the palindromic NUMBERS. 
20181224, 16:00  #139 
Mar 2018
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...the wonders...
and the wonders have not yet finshed:
541456 is 48 mod 56 51456 is 48 mod 56 (54145648)/56=96691 (5145648)/56=9191 where 9669 and 919 are palindromes 
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define numerology, now define math note the difference. your statement is the equivalent of 8750 is the difference between two palindromes. The first of which is 919
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20181224, 16:48  #141 
Mar 2018
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the wonders of pg primes...
I think that when I will find other probable primes of this type, the wonders will not end here...these primes are MAGIC!!!

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20181231, 17:13  #143 
Mar 2018
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51456 and 541456
pg(51456) and pg(541456) are probable primes.
51456=(700^2164^2)/3^2 541456=(700^2164^2)/3^2+700^2 
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