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Gokul43201 is so cool, but has such a dorky name. I want to like him, but cant.

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Gokul43201 is so cool, but has such a dorky name. I want to like him, but cant.

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I think I'll live.

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lol, I love it when someone doesn't like me.

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Help !! I was wrong....I'm dy...innnnngggg...please....like me ....trib....dooogg !Gokul43201 said:I think I'll live.

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I have to watch it, I am in trouble for being not funny. I really do like you Gokulddif8iw38764 I just think your name sucks.

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Yes i agree. Keep it simple and to the point.

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I like you, man.tribdog said:lol, I love it when someone doesn't like me.

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I know how our poor dear Gokul became the sinister Gokul43201.

One dark and stromy night(thunder & Lightning) Gokul(no 43201) decided to sign up for hotmail.

Regrettably 'gokul' was already taken and he was given the choice of (thunder & Lightning) :uhh: Gokul43201.

From then on at PF,he transforms into his deadly & humorous Mr.Hyde form 'Gokul43201'(thunder & Lightning).

Moral: :grumpy: Sue Microsoft:Take up Linux!!

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Close but no cigar.

It just struck me as curious (when I was playing around with numbers some time ago) that 5 digit numbers using the digits 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 (with 0 not in the first place) in various arrangements, have a strange propensity towards forming primes. Typically, there's 1 prime for every 5 odd numbers in the range 10,000 t0 43,000. This is expected, and is within 10% of a rough estimate using x/log(x) as a prime counting function. But among the "anagrams" of 01234, there's 1 prime for every 2 odd numbers !!

The largest of these primes is 43201. :smiley repesenting profundity:

Oh, and one more thing : that's my zip-code (postal code)

It just struck me as curious (when I was playing around with numbers some time ago) that 5 digit numbers using the digits 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 (with 0 not in the first place) in various arrangements, have a strange propensity towards forming primes. Typically, there's 1 prime for every 5 odd numbers in the range 10,000 t0 43,000. This is expected, and is within 10% of a rough estimate using x/log(x) as a prime counting function. But among the "anagrams" of 01234, there's 1 prime for every 2 odd numbers !!

The largest of these primes is 43201. :smiley repesenting profundity:

Oh, and one more thing : that's my zip-code (postal code)

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Quantum wells have zip codes?Gokul43201 said:Oh, and one more thing : that's my zip-code (postal code)

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I'd have taken the cigar.Gokul43201 said:Close but no cigar.

It just struck me as curious (when I was playing around with numbers some time ago) that 5 digit numbers using the digits 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 (with 0 not in the first place) in various arrangements, have a strange propensity towards forming primes. Typically, there's 1 prime for every 5 odd numbers in the range 10,000 t0 43,000. This is expected, and is within 10% of a rough estimate using x/log(x) as a prime counting function. But among the "anagrams" of 01234, there's 1 prime for every 2 odd numbers !!

The largest of these primes is 43201. :smiley repesenting profundity:

Oh, and one more thing : that's my zip-code (postal code)

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Math Is Hard said:Quantum wells have zip codes?

Hmmm...no, but some zip codes have quantum wells !

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That is so profound, I feel quite dizzy! I am glad to know that the banana stuck in your ear has not affected your quick wit.Gokul43201 said:Hmmm...no, but some zip codes have quantum wells !

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:rofl: :rofl: :tongue:Math Is Hard said:I am glad to know that the banana stuck in your ear has not affected your quick wit.