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Old 2005-12-21, 12:54   #34
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Extra congratulations for everyone who stuck with the project even through the dry patch. It's only by sticking with things that you complete them.

What a monster. What a way to end the year!
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Old 2005-12-21, 15:26   #35
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Congrats to all the contributor to make this one possible.


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Old 2005-12-21, 17:11   #36
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Congratulations Paul
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Old 2005-12-21, 20:21   #37
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Congratulations Paul, hope you find your Million digit prime soon.

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Old 2005-12-21, 20:29   #38
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Congrats also for entering position 19 of the Top20 persons by score list, Paul! That's quite close behind myself...
http://primes.utm.edu/bios/top20.php...n&by=ScoreRank
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Old 2005-12-21, 22:11   #39
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Thanks to you all for your congratulations. I was just a lucky member of a great prime-hunting team.

The 321 team has jumped a few places to posistion 7.

I hope we are lucky and find the next 321 prime soon.
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Old 2007-03-09, 04:01   #40
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Great news! A new prime. This one has 944,108 digits. The lucky finder is yours truly. Without much long and sustained help from valuable 321 contributors this would be still out there unknown. So thanks from me to them, to you. It was about where it should have been. I guessed 2.9 million bits and Vincent Diep had guessed 3.08.

3*2^3136255-1 is prime! Time : 20968.720 sec. (2.6GHz Pentium D)
verified:
3*2^3136255-1 is prime! Time : 15706.551 sec. (3.4Ghz Pentium 4)

Submitted to top5000 : in at 12th largest known prime to date.

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Old 2007-03-09, 04:27   #41
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Nice find Paul

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Old 2007-03-09, 06:37   #42
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So happy I am to read this morning on the Chris Caldwell status page :

796713 2^3136255-1 944108 L256 Mar 2007 (rank 12)

Many congrats to Paul and all 321 project participants!!

And now, at the 1 million digits prime!

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Old 2007-03-09, 06:40   #43
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Wow. Congratulations!!!! What a nice prime After 444-1 days
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Old 2007-03-09, 10:08   #44
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Congrats on a huge prime!!
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