Continuity of Primes
With all of the various ways to generate primes (Riesel, Proth, Mersenne etc) there seems to be quite a few "gaps" that must occur in the "plain old" primes that can't be expressed with an elegant, concise formula that lends itself to fast primality proving.
Is there any such list of "known continuous primes" where all the primes < P have been identified?
That would be the real "No Primes Left Behind" effort I would think.
