20141204, 13:24  #12 
"Tapio Rajala"
Feb 2010
Finland
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It is always nice to play with patterns, but I do not see how this thread fits the Mathsection of the forum.
In order for this thread to belong to the section, the appearance of these patters should be justified, if not rigorously, at least heuristically to start a conversation. The other option would be to back up an observed pattern by later extensive numerical evidence, which is infeasible in this case. Fitting relatively complex patterns to small data is called numerology, and it is not a field of mathematics. What kind of discussion were you hoping for? 
20141204, 13:29  #13 
6809 > 6502
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20141204, 13:45  #14  
"M49"
Dec 2014
Austria
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Quote:
I was not hoping for a special kind of discussion, just for answers to my questions! But i guess these questions were far beyond the capabilities of todaymathematicians! I still did not get any satisfying answer to my question, so I repeat it again! Are the 8 starting numbers complete? Why exactly these ones? It´s up to the administrators to move this thread into another section of the mersenneforum! 

20141204, 13:47  #15 
Romulan Interpreter
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20141204, 13:49  #16 
"M49"
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20141204, 13:49  #17 
"Forget I exist"
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20141204, 13:56  #18 
"M49"
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20141204, 14:00  #19 
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20141204, 14:06  #20 
"M49"
Dec 2014
Austria
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You were the first to answer, the others were busy with ignorance and insults!

20141204, 14:37  #21 
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