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Old 2011-12-26, 05:18   #254
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No termination news from me

Just a mention that we're down to one week left in 2011. Left's see if we can finish the year with a bang....

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and here's hoping for a better 2012!
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Old 2011-12-26, 19:31   #255
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Just a mention that we're down to one week left in 2011. Left's see if we can finish the year with a bang....
Well, since you asked so nicely...

644664.3882 merges with 37632.2. One more down in 2011!
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Old 2011-12-30, 20:33   #256
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One more for 2011!

After a neat escape
Code:
3426 . c80 = 40236817721850762807508921629335183612707383109636337998548878148183661508871568 = 2^4 * 31^2 * 2616858592732229631081485537807959392085547808899345603443605498711216279193
3427 . c80 = 40317940338225461926072447681007230353862035091712217712255629918643709213557334 = 2 * 31^2 * 1013 * 533755382588847238621 * 38796561973660030085213325158999327265949569193496939
207984 merges with 53802.
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Old 2011-12-30, 21:07   #257
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One more for 2011!

After a neat escape
Code:
3426 . c80 = 40236817721850762807508921629335183612707383109636337998548878148183661508871568 = 2^4 * 31^2 * 2616858592732229631081485537807959392085547808899345603443605498711216279193
3427 . c80 = 40317940338225461926072447681007230353862035091712217712255629918643709213557334 = 2 * 31^2 * 1013 * 533755382588847238621 * 38796561973660030085213325158999327265949569193496939
207984 merges with 53802.
That is a nice escape, straight from 2^4 * 31 to the downdriver!

I'll add it to the list.....barring an extremely lucky strike for someone else, this is the last for 2011!

Party like it's 2012...
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Old 2011-12-31, 03:24   #258
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Updated....and a size check on the post shows that we're good to go: we can get (almost) as many terminations/merges in 2012 as are in the top post now and still fit them all into one post....
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Old 2012-01-09, 17:40   #259
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Here's one to start off the new year:

224560 terminates in 3185 terms, after a bumpy ride down from 113 digits.
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Old 2012-01-12, 18:17   #260
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While running my old "find_merges" script, I've noticed that:
241506 merges with 4800
816792 merges with 36348 (reserved by Greepley)
correct?
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Old 2012-01-12, 18:43   #261
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While running my old "find_merges" script, I've noticed that:
241506 merges with 4800
816792 merges with 36348 (reserved by Greepley)
correct?
Yep, I just found 241506 last night:
241506.2822 merges with 4800.7

I noticed 816792 a couple weeks ago also (it should actually be credited to 2011). I didn't say anything at the time and then I couldn't remember which sequence it was so I just figured it would turn up eventually. Which it has. I assume Greebley found the merge, but his last post was Oct. 19th.
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Old 2012-01-12, 19:44   #262
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While running my old "find_merges" script, I've noticed that:
241506 merges with 4800
816792 merges with 36348 (reserved by Greepley)
correct?
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Yep, I just found 241506 last night:
241506.2822 merges with 4800.7

I noticed 816792 a couple weeks ago also (it should actually be credited to 2011). I didn't say anything at the time and then I couldn't remember which sequence it was so I just figured it would turn up eventually. Which it has. I assume Greebley found the merge, but his last post was Oct. 19th.
Ooooh, nice ones.
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Old 2012-01-13, 02:29   #263
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Yep, I just found 241506 last night:
241506.2822 merges with 4800.7
I assume that when you say "I found..." you mean your workers turned it up, correct?
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I noticed 816792 a couple weeks ago also (it should actually be credited to 2011). I didn't say anything at the time and then I couldn't remember which sequence it was so I just figured it would turn up eventually. Which it has. I assume Greebley found the merge, but his last post was Oct. 19th.
That's interesting, becuase on 12/14 I had posted some excerpts from the overall status in the updates thread and included this line:
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816792  1186. sz 118 2 * 5 * 53
So I had caught it just after it started its first plunge down the downdriver slope.....
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Old 2012-01-13, 18:00   #264
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I assume that when you say "I found..." you mean your workers turned it up, correct?
Yes, in true capitalist style I don't do anything myself, my workers do it all for me. I've had much more success in terminations by following the workers' simple rules than by trying to pick winners myself... I'm sure there's some life lesson in there but I don't seem to be learning it.
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