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[ 6.^{n}–1The number of the beast 6 prime factors6 has ^{15}–16 prime factors6 has ^{16}–16 prime factorsThe number of the beast 6 prime factors6 has ^{38}–16 prime factors6 has ^{39}–16 prime factorsWhat more lies hidden e.g. behind the triplets (14,15,16) and (37,38,39) ? The story isn't finished as G. L. Honaker, Jr. points out.
138105234536857820245071373614031482942161565170086143298589738273508330367307539078392896587187265469909 Here is the first of three beautiful PALINDROMIC constructions from Martin Gardner's book "Puzzles from other Worlds" [ Chapter 31 ]
Secondly, the sum of the squares of the first seven prime numbers is 666.
And thirdly, the first 144 decimal digits of pi, as Michael Steuben found, add to 666.Note that 144 = (6 + 6) x (6 + 6)See also WONplate 21 | |||||

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