Comments:Two largest known prime numbers discovered just two weeks apart, one qualifies for $100k prize
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umm pretty cool.. i guess if im allowed to say that (i am sarcastic) its actually pretty lame.
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I am grateful to be still alive and see this discovery, because in the future with faster models necessary to retain information that may take 1,000's of years, we can experience now because life as humanly as we know it, does not last actually a long time, so retrieving information, data in faster ways and models assists the human being with accessing information faster and therby may assist in other discoveries for helping our world in all fields of research.
Good going GIMPS!
It would be interesting to state what order the two primes numbers found occuptyin Mersene "family". Some mention to other sources of Mersene primes woulb be interesting Is there a list of who and when Mersene primes have been found? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs)
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