[QUOTE=diep;563946]Please note the statistical math supports the idea that there should be a 3d prime not too far away from the found 2 primes at 6.8M. [/QUOTE]
"the statistical math" supports no such claim. Perhaps, numerology or [URL="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palmistry"]palmistry[/URL] does. 
They both do but only when Mercury is aligned with Saturn.

[QUOTE=jwaltos;565332]They both do but only when Mercury is aligned with Saturn.[/QUOTE]
It looks like there is a conjunction with a [URL="https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=131439"]second 69 prime[/URL] :whistle: 
Congrats to Ryan for a third 3 million plus digit 69 prime: [URL="https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=132556"]69 *2^12231580  1[/URL] (3,682,075 decimal digits).
:banana: 
Uh oh... Is primes.utm.edu down?

[QUOTE=mathwiz;584360]Uh oh... Is primes.utm.edu down?[/QUOTE]
PrimePages and the entire UT Martin website both appear to be down right now. 
Another congrats to Ryan Propper for the new 69 prime: [URL="https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=132634"]69*2^158665561[/URL] (4,776,312 decimal digits). :banana:

Yes much congrats. It's delivering less primes than i would've expected.
Last 6 primes projected after the 3.14m i found then on average each new prime is factor 1.3 further away. That is pretty bad and way way less primes than i would've expected. 
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