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Old 2007-01-18, 16:45   #78
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No. Just wait for the primes to show up on the top-20 list
Note that it will appear also on http://primes.utm.edu/primes/lists/all.txt

The previous 3 twinprime records:
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 5045  100314512544015*2^171960+1        51780 x24  2006 Twin (p+2)
 5046  100314512544015*2^171960-1        51780 x24  2006 Twin (p)
 5047  16869987339975*2^171960+1         51779 x24  2005 Twin (p+2)
 5048  16869987339975*2^171960-1         51779 x24  2005 Twin (p)
 5049  33218925*2^169690+1               51090 g259 2002 Twin (p+2)
 5050  33218925*2^169690-1               51090 g259 2002 Twin (p)
Because twinprimes is an interesting type, so Chris will list them after the 5000 largest primes.
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Old 2007-01-18, 19:53   #79
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TPS, Primegrid, eric_v, Skligmund, and gribozavr will get the credit. Also, Rytis, pacionet, me, LLR, and NewPGen will all be in the project's bio page.

MooMoooo in the list on primes.utm.edu still miss: me and NewPgen.

MY page there: http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=874

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Old 2007-01-18, 20:09   #80
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We have been /.'ed:
http://science.slashdot.org/science/.../0156221.shtml
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Old 2007-01-18, 20:24   #81
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MooMoooo in the list on primes.utm.edu still miss: me and NewPgen.

MY page there: http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=874
That's because I haven't e-mailed Chris Caldwell yet about changing TPS and PrimeGrid into projects, not persons (I'll do so in a few hours). Now, our proof code is - L202 : Vautier, McKibbon, Slatkevicius, Kwok, Gribenko, LLR. Once I tell Prof. Caldwell about this, the code will be:

L202 : Vautier, McKibbon, PrimeGrid, TPS, Gribenko, LLR

As I said earlier, you, me, Rytis and NewPGen will be in the project's bio page, not in the actual proof-code.

P.S. The prime has been verified, and we're now at the top of:

http://primes.utm.edu/top20/page.php?id=1

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Old 2007-01-18, 21:47   #82
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We have been /.'ed:
Too bad the discussion there, with a few exceptions (the post about prof. Jarai), is a total crap.

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Old 2007-01-19, 00:03   #83
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That's because I haven't e-mailed Chris Caldwell yet about changing TPS and PrimeGrid into projects, not persons (I'll do so in a few hours).
I guess Prof. Caldwell noticed the submission before I had a chance to e-mail him, and the change has been made now.
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Old 2007-01-20, 17:31   #84
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Default A very, very, tiny error...

In the TPS and PrimeGrid Bios pages, I can read :

Largest prime: 2003663613 · 2^195000-1 (58711 digits) via L202 on 1/18/2007 10:06:57 CDT

But this is twin(p), so, your largest prime is twin(p+2)!!
I think you are also beating the record of the tiniest relative error, because
2/(2003663613 · 2^195000+1) is not much...

Again I congratulate all participants for this beautiful success, and whish you to celebrate soon the next twin discovery (this time > 100000 digits).

Best regards,
Jean
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Old 2007-01-20, 17:53   #85
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In the TPS and PrimeGrid Bios pages, I can read :

Largest prime: 2003663613 · 2^195000-1 (58711 digits) via L202 on 1/18/2007 10:06:57 CDT

But this is twin(p), so, your largest prime is twin(p+2)!!
Also in my opinion it is strange that twin primes are not shown together (on the same line).
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Old 2007-01-20, 19:36   #86
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In the TPS and PrimeGrid Bios pages, I can read :

Largest prime: 2003663613 · 2^195000-1 (58711 digits) via L202 on 1/18/2007 10:06:57 CDT

But this is twin(p), so, your largest prime is twin(p+2)!!
I think you are also beating the record of the tiniest relative error, because
2/(2003663613 · 2^195000+1) is not much...

Again I congratulate all participants for this beautiful success, and whish you to celebrate soon the next twin discovery (this time > 100000 digits).

Best regards,
Jean
Eric_v's and Skligmund's bio pages have 2003663613 · 2^195000-1 listed as the largest prime too.
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Old 2007-01-20, 19:55   #87
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You're right, it does! Weird...

If you click on 'This Users Current Primes' it does have both of them listed, and the correct one is ranked higher than the other.

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Old 2007-01-20, 20:00   #88
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http://perso.orange.fr/yves.gallot/primes/chrrcds.html

that could use an update too... Don't know how to go about doing that, or who to inform.
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