Discussion in 'Techforge' started by garamet, Jan 6, 2018.
There's a new longest known prime number
I honestly hope he didn't actually publish the number.
He could make money off that number by selling it.
73 miles long!
Since it's a distributed computing project, wouldn't others automatically find out when it's discovered?
Not only that but it's kind of shitty to say "quick! sell this knowledge before someone else learns it!"
Amazing math discovery? You really are a retar... oh, right, wrong room.
The term was "major." You're the only one who said "amazing." Are you saying it's neither? Feel free to prove it.
I saw it right after I posted it. Didn't care. Why prove myself to a retard? Besides, I wanted to make you bark. Which you did, very nicely.
Of course you didn't.
Are you hoping I'll report you? You're doomed to disappointment. Carry on.
You can believe and do whatever you want, Margie Small Brains.
As can you. Apparently the topic is beyond your comprehension, so you've fallen back on your usual script. Carry on.
Knock off the trolling and flaming or take it to the Red Room.
Please, tell me all about prime numbers. I'd love to learn something. Don't hold back because of my limited intellect. Let your genius flow freely for all the world to see.
It will permeate into the Red Room as all things tend to do.
I'd recommend you ask the individual who spent 14 years working out the number, or at least the individual who wrote the article that I posted, without comment, as a matter of curiosity.
Cowering away as usual I see.
Knock it off, @Soma
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