20210827, 00:52  #23 
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"The unspeakable one"
Jun 2006
My evil lair
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Conjecture is too strong of a term for what is really just a basic observation over small numbers, so perhaps that was the impetus for the change. Anyhow, I didn't change it, it is merely guess.

20210827, 00:56  #24 
May 2018
C1_{16} Posts 
Please kindly delete "Conjecture" from the title if this would remove also the 'minus' icon.

20210827, 00:57  #25  
Apr 2020
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20210827, 01:47  #26  
May 2018
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20210827, 02:03  #27 
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"The unspeakable one"
Jun 2006
My evil lair
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20210827, 02:13  #28 
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20210827, 04:30  #29 
May 2018
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20210827, 04:35  #30 
May 2018
301_{8} Posts 
I meant that after the occurrence of a crossover, it still could be observed for some x afterwards as the prime count would remain intact.

20210827, 04:52  #31 
May 2018
C1_{16} Posts 
What is of importance is a relative term in mathematics. One could state that a shift by 1 is irrelevant. But a shift down by one for Mersenneries could mean getting a new prime instead of dealing just with powers of 2.

20210827, 05:17  #32 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2×11×227 Posts 
Making this sort of "point" to defend your arguments is likely related to why the thread got the red mark of "no new math in this here conjecture."

20210827, 05:26  #33 
May 2018
301_{8} Posts 
Well, at least there is no strict proof about what happens with the prime race at infinity and it seems that since 1978 there was no new attempt to find a second reversal point or even verify the validity of the first one.

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