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Old 2014-05-02, 04:55   #1244
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In the 90's the overall gap would have been massive on account of there being so few exponents to begin with. The surge in 2007 is interesting, though.
I don't think 2007 is a result of a surge in DC, as much as a lag in LL. Probably a lot of focus was on finding the 10-mill digit prime, so the lowest of LL was lagging.
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Old 2014-05-02, 05:38   #1245
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I don't like that graph. I'd say we should zoom in a lot more but I'm guessing the resolution doesn't exist.
Well, I have fairly good data from ~Oct 2010. Is this good enough for the current period?

BTW, I have all the data that I could get my hands on.
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Old 2014-05-02, 21:28   #1246
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Much better. I still don't know what it says, if anything.
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Old 2014-05-03, 00:23   #1247
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Old 2014-05-03, 00:24   #1248
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Emphasises the tick up at the end.
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Old 2014-05-03, 01:06   #1249
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Straight scale, with primes, and rich data.
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Old 2014-05-03, 13:11   #1250
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Straight scale, with primes, and rich data.
... data, yes, more data is good.
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Old 2014-05-03, 20:34   #1251
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Emphasises the tick up at the end.
I like that one :-)

I did not make that big rock rolling, others took their big canons and made that happen. But my now not so new anymore pc removed the little stones that prevented the big rock from rolling down the slope. It worked a lot better than I had hoped for. Kudos to all who banded together to make this happen.
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Old 2014-05-16, 18:59   #1252
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Jan4: Countdown to proving M(32582657) is the 44rd Mersenne Prime: 12,721
Apr9: Countdown to proving M(32582657) is the 44th Mersenne Prime: 5,509

3 Months and about 65% done.
Dare I say by Fireworks day it could easily be done.!!!
May 16: under 3,995 or over 68% since Jan 5.

Appears I was dyslexic last time. Should have read 56% not 65%
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Old 2014-07-01, 23:07   #1253
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Jan4: Countdown to proving M(32582657) is the 44rd Mersenne Prime: 12,721
Apr9: Countdown to proving M(32582657) is the 44th Mersenne Prime: 5,509

3 Months and about 65% done.
Dare I say by Fireworks day it could easily be done.!!!
Is today this fireworks day you've mentioned?

July 1: Countdown to proving M(32582657) is the 44th Mersenne Prime: 2,234
(BTW, over what were you taking the percentages?)

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Old 2014-07-02, 03:05   #1254
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What's "44rd"?
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