I meant the QSO probability problem you proposed.
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As someone who DOES chase grid squares, I thought it would be interesting.
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Something NEW & BIG starts in:1Days
Just one days, apparently . ;>)
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I just hope that it doesn't take 358 years for someone to solve THIS
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Alas, Steve, I must demur .
Est dividere cuius rei demonstrationem mirabilem sane detexi. Hanc
exiguitas non caperet. - I have discovered a truly marvelous proof ofthis,
which this margin (email) is too narrow to contain. - Pierre de Fermat
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