20060907, 12:46  #1 
Aug 2006
9_{16} Posts 
New exact theorem
Greetings to all!
I live in Ukraine and I investigate Mersenne numbers since 1999. In 2005 I have proved the exact theorem of a necessary condition for primality Mersenne numbers. I can check up any number Mp in a range [M3; M1,000,000,000,000,000) with help of my theorem for 5  10 working days and to determine the OPPORTUNITY of that given number Mp needs to be checked on primality or it is compound WITHOUT method LucasLehmer. VERY BIG percent of numberscandidates for check is eliminated at use of my method. I shall remind, that on method LucasLehmer one number Mp is checked on the average for some months! With my help you can save CONSIDERABLY your time for check of numbers in project GIMPS and check up only those numbers Mp which can prime really! Please, write to me on email: msearch@rambler.ru I shall answer your questions after reception from you post messages. Yours faithfully, Master Alex 
20060907, 13:46  #2  
Dec 2002
852_{10} Posts 
Quote:
Instead of wasting your time on us in this obscure forum, why don't you write an article for a respected science magazine and collect instant fame? 

20060907, 13:51  #3 
P90 years forever!
Aug 2002
Yeehaw, FL
2×23×173 Posts 
Alex, you'll likely be met with great skepticism until you either publish your proof in a journal or humbly post your theory here for comments.

20060915, 20:39  #4 
Aug 2006
5,981 Posts 
When should we expect this in Ukrainskii Matematickeskii Zhurnal or elsewhere?
What is the asymptotic complexity of your algorithm? 
20070126, 14:59  #5 
Aug 2006
3^{2} Posts 
Hi,
Yes, I do not want to print my theorem. Should be found 3 new Mersenne primes. But my theorem and theory work. I have found a lot of unknown now properties of Mersenne primes. I want to publish in the future my articles in the American mathematical magazine. All offers direct please on email: msearch@rambler.ru BR, Master Alex 
20070126, 15:03  #6 
"Nancy"
Aug 2002
Alexandria
2,467 Posts 
Anyone want to compute his crank score?
Alex (not a master, though ) Last fiddled with by akruppa on 20070126 at 15:04 
20070126, 16:04  #7 
Aug 2006
9_{10} Posts 

20070126, 16:05  #8 
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
5·1,493 Posts 

20070126, 17:12  #9 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the
5×7×191 Posts 
You claim to have discovered many unknown properties of Mersennes. If you want anyone to take you seriously, it would help if you posted at least one of these properties that is not known. I'm assuming that you know of at least one property that nobody can use to deduce the other properties that you claim to know.
Last fiddled with by akruppa on 20070126 at 17:36 
20070126, 17:38  #10  
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
5×1,493 Posts 
Quote:
Expecting a crank to behave rationally is not rational. 

20070129, 18:49  #11 
∂^{2}ω=0
Sep 2002
República de California
2DDC_{16} Posts 
If you have discovered three new Mersenne primes, surely one of them is a 10Mdigit  there's nothing keeping you from testing it yourself "in secret" using Prime95 (if you don't mind splitting the prize money) or one of the alternative freeware LL codes (if you do mind sahring the loot), verifying it prime, and claiming the $100,000 EFF prize. So by all means, do so. If it proves your claims, great  but in the meantime stop wasting our time with grandiose pronouncements lacking any details whatsoever.
p.s.: Since you seem to like pompous titles, please refer to me properly as "Doctor Ernst" in any reply  similarly for doctors Silverman (I don't know if he prefers the homelier "Doctor Bob" in casual correspondence), Greathouse and Leyland (a.k.a. xilman, should he decide to post here). Akruppa, I thought you *were* a Master (Magister)? Or are you (in GermanUniversity fashion) a Diplomsomething, eventually to be a Doctor? It's important to get these things right. Magisterially yours, Ernst 
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