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Old 2012-07-05, 13:04   #1
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Hello,
A kind person helped me get here. Thank You. I think I may be able to find my way here again. If stupid is as stupid does, I did not give up; and can now sit back and laugh. I first made contact with Gimps on Halloween 2009. I got the test and began on 346348367. It is about 1O% so far. My friend and geometry teacher babysits the laptop and pays the bill. He is in Wisconsin. I am in Paris.
If I could check the work thread from here I wouldn't be a pest. I wonder and worry. Time is of the essence now. Gimps will get there after 2038, the proving will burn out the fan motor before complete about 2O29. I will never be a bride, have lots of children running around on a pretty little farm with cows wearing mascara, or spend the prize on a robot that is good with a pitchfork and can whip my camel to victory on her days off like the friends in my chess club have. C'est la vie.
So my perfect numbers lather, rinse, repeat prior to their dreamy wedding day when they will be adorned by others in long triangular trains and veils with their bodices embroidered in pearls summing and accentuating their true shape, form, and preposition among the abstract figurate essentials and divined archetypes that weep tears in abundance upon the lost lambs of logic producing the illusion of order in the chaos of this trivial cosmos.
You will not be able to see or hear me in the natural beauty of my eureka moment, but I will leave you all with a little theorem and a precious jewel for your abacus project. Fear not! You still have plenty to do. Let the Fates, Graces, and Muses guide you in spreading and distributing the mantle I leave in the wake of my absence. Said the Little Red Hen to the Shooting Star...... " Who will gather my eggs and prepare for the feast?"
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Old 2012-07-05, 16:10   #2
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What.the.heck.did.I.just.read.?!?
You just managed to make daveiddy seem intelligent by comparison...
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Old 2012-07-05, 16:22   #3
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Truly an early contender for POTY 2012, but perhaps more to the point, a referendum on Bib Silverman's return. Only he could possibly discern the mathematics from this nugget of wisdom.

BTW I'll never be a bride either, save for a scenario in which I should find myself incarcerated in a North American correctional system. Bummer. But I hear it's overrated anyway. Very high divorce rates, don't you know.

And please refrain from shampooing your LL candidates. It wreaks havoc on the RAM, which of course, I'm sure you are aware of the requirement of ECC RAM by such a large test.

Buy a new computer and you'll be finished way before 2029 or 2038.
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Old 2012-07-05, 16:22   #4
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I think that was a (not very successful) joke. That expo is factored, it has a very small factor 21136255444543.
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Old 2012-07-05, 23:35   #5
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Code:
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Old 2012-07-10, 17:45   #6
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Although, I don't think it is very nice to make fun of people you don't know, especially since I was merely trying to describe myself a bit. However many people do think I'm unusual, so that much is correct. As Ockam said: all it takes is one to put the masses to flight. The important thing is that I got any response at all, and for this I am grateful. You may please address me personally. I do not cast my pearls before swine.

I'm very interested in the exponent I'm testing having a proven divisor as stated by LaurV being 21136255444543. I was certain that I had proven it had no prime divisors less than 257. The Lucas-Lehmer test of my M is only 10% complete. If LaurV is correct I have lived to see it through. Thank you very much. This will save my geometry teacher many years and the electricity bill. Can anyone confirm LaurV for me please?
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Old 2012-07-10, 17:52   #7
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http://mersenne-aries.sili.net/expon...ails=346348367
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Old 2012-07-10, 18:12   #8
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Which in turn gets its info from http://mersenne.org/report_exponent/?exp_lo=346348367 ...
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Old 2012-07-11, 00:23   #9
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From Factor5, it found it in seconds when I ran it only to 2^50.
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Trial-factoring M346348367 in [2^1, 2^60-1]
M346348367 has a factor: 21136255444543 - Program: L5.0x
M346348367 has 1 factors in [2^1, 2^60-1].
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Old 2012-07-11, 20:22   #10
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Checking on all given by you folks and Gimps reports; all that is lacking is the essentials required to maintain integrity. Whom do I thank for finding the factor? Exactly how much time have I wasted since Oct. 31, 09 ? What is the definition of an "assignment"? Should I at least offer to pay my geometry teacher for the electricity? It's a dual processor Alienware ugly blue laptop. A fellow in the Army donated it for the project prior to overseas duty. He is still interested and might let me use it. I actually do know a lot about animals, sewing, and I do play chess with wealthy Arabs. They race camels, but none of them has one of those robots yet. I think its creepy and lazy, they don't have legs or do manure obviously. On the bride, gown, veil, pearl analogy etc., I see it wasn't quite the invitation to inspire meaningful dialog. If a number is not a beautiful thing in and of itself, I am not even or oddly wrong. As for who knows what, how's about a little game of put your money where your opinions originate? I'll make a statement anyone proud of their pentaflop can't resist attempting to disprove. 1st... Perfection comes from perfection is Kathegete's statement; to wit, given a perfect number I must prove it gives a greater perfect number fully adorned. 2nd... Agreement upon the odds. 3rd... Agreement upon the spoils. 4th...Agreement upon the arbiters as all members ( living, active, present and sworn as witnesses to the event ); plus the combined computational limits of GIMPS et.al.(during the event should it be reasonable or necessary as determined by the members present). 5th... Kathegetes gives the math; comers,takers, wagerers give Pn, calculate, produce, or overflow,zip up, learn respect, pay what is due.
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Old 2012-07-12, 00:48   #11
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The server doesn't record who found factors to keep database size down.

If you get an LL assignment from PrimeNet, which Prime95 can do automatically (or you can do it on your own manually), you will be assigned an exponent that has been well trial factored.

Préférez-vous parler en français? J'en connais un peu et il y a au moins une autre personne sur cet forum qui est français.
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