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Old 2021-08-25, 13:35   #265
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Old 2021-08-25, 14:06   #266
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You're just not thinking fourth dimensionally dozenally!
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Old 2021-08-25, 14:41   #267
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then the probability is likely only the audience polls collected from the public resources.
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Primitive seems to be a functional math term: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primitive

The primitive triangles in particular link to the basic ratios of the numbers.
Hmm, that first bit (and more) looks like word salad to me.

"Primitive", yes, in areas seeming rather unrelated to Mersenne primes. But your usage of "primitivity" remains undefined, and appeared in context to have an analog nature. Prime or composite is binary nature, one or zero, true or false.

I have yet to see a clear exposition of your "dozenal math" and how it purportedly helps locate Mersenne primes. See #9 here.
The use of nonstandard base-12 digit representation with special characters unnecessarily raises your crank score (#4).

And seems irritatingly pretentious obfuscation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duodecimal

And what on earth do you claim are "prime-like characteristics", and what are their relevance?
All the exponents are represented with digits. Is that a prime-like characteristic?

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+M(31) (because +1 is woefully inadequate)

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Old 2021-08-25, 16:26   #268
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You're just not thinking fourth dimensionally dozenally!
Au contraire, I think that cranks are a dime a dozen...
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Old 2021-08-25, 16:57   #269
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All I said was "My dozenal math indicates that the primitivity of M168202123 is very high."
The primitivity of the Mersenne number 2168202123-1 depends on its prime factors (if any) that also eventually divide any preceding (with a prime exponent < 168202123) Mersenne number. The highest (absolute) primitivity could be observed if 2168202123-1 has only primitive prime factors (see https://mathworld.wolfram.com/PrimitivePrimeFactor.html). Note that 2168202123-1 could be a prime number only if both highest primitivity and no primitive prime factors (< 2168202123-1) are observed.
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Old 2021-08-25, 19:35   #270
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All I said was "My dozenal math indicates that the primitivity of M168202123 is very high."
Since the Mersenne numbers do not have common factors (see https://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=16019), the Mersenne number 2168202123-1 has highest (absolute) primitivity within the sequence of Mersenne numbers simply because all Mersenne numbers have highest (absolute) primitivity within said sequence.
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Old 2021-08-26, 00:57   #271
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You're just not thinking fourth dimensionally dozenally!
You probably wouldn't believe it that I got a free PRP volunteer on M168174323 without even asking. The key was to finish P-1 and TFd up to 2^78, some random guys will pick my exponents over the still premature neighboring choices.

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Old 2021-08-26, 02:34   #272
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You probably wouldn't believe it that I got a free PRP volunteer on M168174323 without even asking. The key was to finish P-1 and TFd up to 2^78, some random guys will pick my exponents over the still premature neighboring choices.
Oh, it's probably because they want to steal your Monopoly skyscraper.
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Old 2021-09-01, 01:40   #273
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All unfactored M168.***,*23 exponents are trial factored up to at least 2^75 at the moment.

If you find 1 that's not, please let me know.

https://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/20210201/4/16800

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Oh, it's probably because they want to steal your Monopoly skyscraper.
M168174323 appears more like a 3 houses property to me than a hotel or a skyscraper. The skyscraper cannot be shorter than M105211111

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And what on earth do you claim are "prime-like characteristics", and what are their relevance?
All the exponents are represented with digits. Is that a prime-like characteristic?
I still believe it's possible to bring knowledge across the worlds through the dream. It may be a good idea to try on a simpler toy calculator instead of a complicated scientific computer. Hopefully I'll be able to reach the correct device in my dream just one more time. The less key strokes and time spent, the better the efficiency.

Worlds without the known contacts must use the completely different numerical visual symbols and verbal sounds. Colors and shapes may be the only overlaps to simplify the transformation process.
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Old 2021-09-01, 04:54   #274
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... M168.***,*23 exponents ...
Wow!
That is a big move, from 123 to *23, ten times more exponents.

I foresee when you will (transparently, seamlessly, and quitely) change to 16* *** *23, then 1** *** **3, and then, if no prime is found yet, to *** *** ***.
Then, when a prime will at last be found, you'll start screaming "told you so!" and ask for the money.

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Old 2021-09-01, 08:33   #275
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Do you have any actual math to base this "belief" on? Or is it based on astrology / tea leaves?

If you feel that strongly, you should probably run them yourself.
I guessed LaurV probably already forgot this post which has been hidden deeply inside this thread. At least he can click the blue [>] button to find the correct history.

M168,***,*23 has been here for nearly half a year. M168,***,123 is only a sub-range that I've worked on during the recent weeks.

I finally picked M168202123 as my headquarter skyscraper because this exponent is very factor-resistant and has a meaning of Search Operation of M168,***,*23 starting year 2021.
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