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+ Mersenne claimed 267 - 1 was prime, but it's composite.

+ The smallest two-digit Hyper-Cullen 2nd species prime, i.e., a prime of the form n * 2n + (n - 1). [Russo]

+ 6! * 7! = 10!.

+ The largest prime which is not the sum of distinct squares. [Crespi de Valldaura]

+ π(6*7) = 6+7. [Firoozbakht]

+ 67 = sqrt(9!/(9 * 9) + 9). [Poo Sung]

+ 567 starts with the digits 67. [Hartley]

+ The hull number of the U.S. Navy's aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67).

+ The smallest prime which contains all ten digits when raised to the tenth power. [Patterson]

+ The "Summer of Love" was a phrase given to the summer of '67, describing (personifying) the feeling of being in San Francisco that summer when the hippie movement came to full fruition.

+ If A = 1, B = 6, C = 1, D = 8, ... , (using the digits of the Golden Ratio), then 'MARIN MERSENNE' = 67; a prime exponent that he himself believed would produce a Mersenne prime number, but which later was proved to be composite [Homewood]

+ The inventor of natural logarithms (John Napier) died at the age of 67.

+ *67 ("star 67") is a free phone feature that blocks sending name and phone number on an outgoing individual call. Use *67 + number being dialed (must be done for each call). [Greer]

+ The smallest prime p that divides the number of composites less than the (p + 1)th prime. [Honaker]

+ Using the alphabet code, the value of 67 in its Roman numeral-based representation (LXVII) is the reversal of 67. [Necula]

+ In the opening scenes of the movie Hard Target, set in New Orleans, a horse and carriage numbered 67 rumbles by. [Haga]

+ The Escher compound that appears in the "Waterfall" lithograph by M. C. Escher divides the three component cubes into 67 individual cells. [Post]

+ 67 is the sum of a twin prime pair. [Rivera]

+ Longitude 67 degrees West passes through the easternmost city in the United States (Eastport, Maine). A prime place to see the sunrise. [Punches]

+ 2^6 + 2^1 + 2^0 = 26 + 21 + 20 = 67. [Morse]

+ Charles Lindbergh was the 67th man to make a non-stop flight over the Atlantic Ocean. (The first were Alcock and Brown, the 31 men on the English dirigible R34, and the 33 men on Zeppelin-Airship LZ126.) [Caldwell]

+ A new born infant is considered full-term when the gestation age in weeks lies between pk+6 and pk+7, where pk = 6+7 and pn is the nth prime (i.e., between 37 and 41 weeks). [Beedassy]

+ The sum of all idoneal primes. (A positive integer m is idoneal if and only if it cannot be written as ab + bc + ac for integer a, b, and c with 0 < a < b < c.) [Loungrides]

+ Fresh milk has a pH of 6.7 and is therefore slightly acidic. [O'Mahony]

+ The largest known prime number p for which the decimal expansion of 2p does not contain any pair of consecutive equal digits. It's also the case for the decimal expansion of 3p. [Capelle]

+ The largest known prime number p for which the decimal expansion of 2p does not contain any zero. [Capelle]

+ Smallest multidigit prime whose square (i.e., 4489) and cube (i.e., 300763) consist of different digits. [Gupta]

+ Smallest odd prime number of bicentered 3-valent (or boron, or binary) trees with n nodes. Here with n = 12. [Post]

+ Any digit n, 1 through 9, times 67 yields a 3-digit number (for the purpose of this discussion make 1*67 = 067), then the concatenation of the first and last digits of the product equals n times 7. E.g., 8*67 = 536 and 8*7 = 56. [Green]

+ "And that which the rest of the people gave was twenty thousand drams of gold, and two thousand pound of silver, and threescore and seven priests' garments." (Nehemiah 7:72, KJV)

+ To "be at sixes and sevens" is an informal expression meaning to be thoroughly confused. [Jose]

+ Foucault's most famous pendulum contained a 67-meter long wire.

+ One smoot is equal to 67 inches.

+ The only double-digit prime ab such that p^b+[R(p)]^a is prime, where R(p) is the reversal of p, i.e., 67^7+76^6 = 6253411533899. [Loungrides]

+ The first prime midway between a square and a cube, (3^2 and 5^3). [Loungrides]

+ AC/DC's lead singer Bon Scott died at number 67 Overhill Road, in East Dulwich, South London. [Warren]

+ Season 8, Episode 184 of "Dr. Oz" featured a woman who claims to have 67 different personalities. [Stath]

+ The smallest polite prime that is a concatenation of two successive polite numbers, i.e., (6=1+2+3, 7=3+4). [Loungrides]

+ The last combat use of the Norden bombsight was in the US Navy's VO-67 squadron.

+ The smaller of only two non-titanic primes of form n^(n-1)+(n-1) for n a composite number, (case n=4), i.e., 4^3+3. The other prime is for n=10. [Loungrides]

+ There are 67 four-digit Lynch-Bell numbers. [Shepherd]

+ Nisan is considered the first month of the Jewish calendar, although it occurs 6 or 7 months after the start of the calendar year. [Tøndering]

+ The smallest positive integer whose double (134) contains a 3 and whose triple (201) contains a 2. [Gaydos]

+ Can you solve this week's puzzle (#67) My Prime ?

+ Rosetta and its lander called Philae tracked down a comet known as "67P" after a decade journey through space.

+ The British Museum houses 67 Isle of Lewis Chess Pieces. [Riddle]

+ A black hole of one solar mass (M☉) takes more than ten to the power 67 years to evaporate—much longer than the current age of the universe. [Hawking]

+ BookAuthority rates “Prime Curios!” as one of the 67 best prime numbers books of all time, based on public mentions, recommendations, ratings and sentiment.

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