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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I hope this is not patronising but are you aware of the following:

Flex Klien was born 25/4/1849 which is prime squares 5^2/2^2/43^2. He

thought this was a good omen for him to take an interest in

mathematics.

This Saturday is 25/4/09 or 5^2/2^2/3^2 . Is it anybody's birthday?

Can the organisation Physics Forums contact the media and name this day 'Prime

Squares Day?' or something else.

The point of doing this would be to raise the profile of mathematics.

2^2/2^2/3^2 and 3^2/2^2/3^2 has already passed plus it is better to

have 3 different primes.

What do you think?

Flex Klien was born 25/4/1849 which is prime squares 5^2/2^2/43^2. He

thought this was a good omen for him to take an interest in

mathematics.

This Saturday is 25/4/09 or 5^2/2^2/3^2 . Is it anybody's birthday?

Can the organisation Physics Forums contact the media and name this day 'Prime

Squares Day?' or something else.

The point of doing this would be to raise the profile of mathematics.

2^2/2^2/3^2 and 3^2/2^2/3^2 has already passed plus it is better to

have 3 different primes.

What do you think?