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SF: Finally, surrogate factoring
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Jun 10, 2006 11:51 PM




Re: SF: Finally, surrogate factoring
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Jun 5, 2006 7:04 PM


"Jesper Angelo" <dkguru@gmail.com> wrote in message news:1149501612.583341.225040@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com...  Sebastian Gottschalk wrote:  > 6 is a prime, you idiot!   I have discovered a whole new class of primes! I call them the Holy  Grail of Primes, or short just "Even Primes". An even prime n is  defined as all even numbers , for which n>2.   These primes has an amazing area of characteristics, one being that  they all have 2 as a *factor*!   A more detailed definition is that an even prime can be divided only by  1, itself, 2, and quite possible a bunch of other numbers  some of  them Even Primes themselves!   I got the Algebra wrong somewhere, but some day someone will prove me  right on my theory and then everyone can see that I'm not a crackpot!   ...gotta go walk the fishies... 
Now, that's FUNNY right there  I don't care WHO you are! I shit my britches reading that one, I'll tell you what.
x=x and I can prove it,  Ed.
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