20040411, 01:24  #100 
Dec 2003
Hopefully Near M48
2×3×293 Posts 
What happened to M3321928171?

20040411, 16:43  #101  
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"Luigi"
Aug 2002
Team Italia
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Luigi 

20040411, 16:45  #102 
Banned
"Luigi"
Aug 2002
Team Italia
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New exponents released
M3321928483 no factor from 2^2 to 2^60.
M3321928501 has a factor: 391987563119 M3321928513 has a factor: 14749362597721 M3321928531 has a factor: 437571069960383 M3321928567 has a factor: 6378501480068041 M3321928601 no factor from 2^2 to 2^60. M3321928607 has a factor: 59794714927 M3321928619 has a factor: 797262868561 M3321928619 has a factor: 48684837137044687 M3321928619 has a factor: 59077344656726951 M3321928661 has a factor: 19931571967 M3321928679 has a factor: 325549010543 M3321928697 no factor from 2^2 to 2^60. M3321928699 no factor from 2^2 to 2^60. Luigi 
20040411, 23:32  #103 
Feb 2003
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M3321928319
M33219283319 no factor from 2^62 to 2^63.
M33219283319 no factor from 2^63 to 2^64. M33219283319 no factor from 2^64 to 2^65. M33219283319 no factor from 2^65 to 2^66. M33219283319 no factor from 2^66 to 2^67. M33219283319 no factor from 2^67 to 2^69. 
20040411, 23:40  #104 
Aug 2003
30_{16} Posts 
What's the point?
What exactly are you all trying to accomplish? (I'm curious)

20040411, 23:41  #105 
Feb 2003
4E_{16} Posts 
3321928373
is on it's way to 69 bits

20040412, 00:16  #106  
"William"
May 2003
New Haven
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In the spirit of John Belushi from the movie Animal House, it's time for someone to make a futile gesture, and we're just the people to do it. The first step of a prime search is to trial factor candidates to remove those easily shown as prime (all the prime search projects  GIMPS, 17orBust, RieselSieve, 15k, 321, etc start with this). Prime95 couldn't handle billion digit numbers, so Luigi created a program that can. Don't understand? Think of this as Spring Silliness in the distributed computing prime search community. It's better than swallowing goldfish. And even though it's essentially pointless today, Will Edgington's archive of Mersenne Factors means that when the day comes that somebody actually has a use for these factors, the factors we find will be available. William 

20040412, 05:34  #107 
Jun 2003
Russia, Novosibirsk
2·107 Posts 
3321928241 no factor to 67 bit. Going futher to 69!

20040412, 07:14  #108 
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
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M3321928307 no factor from 2^68 to 2^69.
I am stopping here on this expo. I may grab some lower level ones and run them up a bit. 
20040412, 07:45  #109 
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
11·853 Posts 
M3321928483 no factor from 2^60 to 2^62.
Taking 3321928601, 3321928697, & 3321928699 to 2^62 
20040412, 09:33  #110  
Feb 2003
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3321928319
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3321928319 instead I tested 33219283319 bit of a difference! When I get 3321928373 to 69 bits I'll go back and do the one I ought to have done in the first place! 

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