20090813, 22:14  #1 
Nov 2003
2×1,811 Posts 
n=333333 Twin Found!
Congrats on the new record twin just reported by Peter (x40):
65516468355*2^333333+1 (p+2) 65516468355*2^3333331 (p) 100355 digits! 
20090813, 22:21  #2 
A Sunny Moo
Aug 2007
USA (GMT5)
14151_{8} Posts 
Hmm...I thought that "x" prover code seemed a little odd. It looks like the finder made an error in his prover code and forgot to include LLRotherwise it would start with "L".
Meanwhile, congratulations Peter! 
20090814, 00:15  #3 
Jan 2005
Caught in a sieve
110001011_{2} Posts 
Waitaminute...I don't think PrimeGrid has reported their twin...and neither user's name is Peter. Did Peter scoop PrimeGrid, with the information they gave out earlier?

20090814, 00:49  #4  
Jun 2003
4845_{10} Posts 
Quote:
Last fiddled with by axn on 20090814 at 00:50 

20090814, 02:12  #5 
Jan 2005
Caught in a sieve
613_{8} Posts 
Oh, PuzzlePeter! I should have looked at the bio first.
Congrats, Peter! 
20090814, 02:24  #6 
Feb 2007
D3_{16} Posts 
Congrats Peter! Top siever and finds a twin, Double Credit for him, If puzzle peter found the twin. Does Gribozavr get the Top siever credit. I say he should, get credit for being top siever after Puzzle Peter.
Last fiddled with by cipher on 20090814 at 02:26 
20090814, 02:42  #7 
Apprentice Crank
Mar 2006
2·227 Posts 
Puzzle Peter didn't find the twin; SG Grid did. However, SG Grid and the top LLR tester (KE7AAR) didn't respond yet, so Puzzle Peter (the top siever) is the only person that shows up on that x40 code.
Anyone can find KE7AAR's identity by checking the usernames on the prime pages site*, but the folks at PrimeGrid didn't want to add his name to the x40 code until KE7AAR responds. *example: Edson Smith's username is ESmith: http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=1498 Last fiddled with by MooooMoo on 20090814 at 02:42 
20090814, 02:54  #8 
Jun 2003
3×5×17×19 Posts 
btw, x40 code has been replace with L923 (since the original didn't properly give attribution to LLR)

20090814, 09:37  #9 
Apprentice Crank
Mar 2006
706_{8} Posts 
On another note, does anyone happen to have the decimal expansion for 65516468355*2^3333331?
The previous record twin had a "show all of the digits" option: http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=79210 , but that option is missing for the n=333333 twin and for any other prime larger than a hundred thousand digits. Last fiddled with by MooooMoo on 20090814 at 09:38 Reason: typos 
20090814, 09:53  #10  
Mar 2006
Germany
2·1,433 Posts 
Quote:
pfgw od q"65516468355*2^3333331" >out.txt listed in file 'out.txt' (without that on screen) Last fiddled with by kar_bon on 20090814 at 09:54 

20090814, 10:31  #11 
Jan 2007
DEUTSCHLAND !
421_{8} Posts 
BIG CONGRATULATION , Peter !
So the work of the last two years not waste ! Norman 
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