If you find a twin prime...
...PM me and email Chris Caldwell (He's the creator of the prime pages. See [url]http://primes.utm.edu/[/url] and scroll to the bottom for his email). Do NOT inform anyone else yet.
The reason for this is that I don't want someone else seeing that ?*2^1950001 and ?*2^195000+1 are twin primes. That person may just submit it by himself to the prime pages, which means that he/she gets the credit. The actual person who found the prime and the project won't get any credit :mad: If you find a nontwin prime, continue to post in the "primes found" thread. You don't need to email/PM me or Caldwell. 
It would be better if someone checks all the k's reported as primes by the users; otherwise whoever could claim false primes.

[QUOTE=pacionet]It would be better if someone checks all the k's reported as primes by the users; otherwise whoever could claim false primes.[/QUOTE]
I checked all of the primes in the "primes found" thread already, and I also confirmed that they weren't twin. 
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