News
Archive: May 2001
More contributions to the Puzzle 139  More contributions to the Puzzle 139 have been done by Felice Russo, Kim Ngan and Giuseppe DiCaprio  Posted on Tuesday, May 22, 2001  
Ivan M. Godunov solves the Puzzle 139  Ivan M. Godunov solves the Puzzle 139 and poses another question in return
 Posted on Monday, May 21, 2001  
Michael Bell solves question 2, Puzzle 138  Michael Bell solves question 2 of the Puzzle 138
 Posted on Monday, May 21, 2001  
An older solver of Problem 35  JeanCharles Meyrignac has found an older (1976) solver of the question 1 of the Problem 35  Posted on Monday, May 21, 2001  
6 consecutive GF primes by Yves Gallot  Yves Gallot has succeded and got 6 consecutive GF primes a matter close related to Puzzle 137.  Posted on Thursday, May 17, 2001  
Yves Gallot and the Puzzle 137  Yves Gallot sent some calculations about the relative difficulties to get k consecutive GFN primes, a matter close related to the Chris Nash approach to the Puzzle 137  Posted on Monday, May 14, 2001  
Phillip Poplin and the Puzzle 10  Phillip has found one counterexample to one of the two conjectures expressed by me and Jaime Ayala in the Puzzle 10  Posted on Monday, May 14, 2001  
Paul Jobling and the Puzzle 138  Paul Jobling has produced one 500 digits deletable prime for the question 1 of the Puzzle 138  Posted on Monday, May 14, 2001  
Gennady Gusev additions to puzzle 11  Gennady Gusev has extended the ordered/disordered primegaps tables of the Puzzle 11.  Posted on Saturday, May 12, 2001  
Nash approach to Puzzle 137  Chris Nash has devised a new approach to the search of the Puzzle 137 that link the asked solutions to produce consecutive GFN primes!... you should take a look at it. He already produced another solution of 6 members and now he is hunting the earliest setsolution of 7 members.
 Posted on Thursday, May 10, 2001  
Brette & Nash contributions to Puzzle 137  Jean Brette and Chris Nash have produced some interesting results to the Puzzle 137  Posted on Tuesday, May 8, 2001  
Liu Fengsui and the Conjecture 17  Liu Fengsui, an amateur from China, has produced another solution to the Conjecture 17.  Posted on Friday, May 4, 2001  
