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## Mapping the StarMaze

Mapping the StarMaze A tale of mathematical obsession: "Before I can explain my decades-long quest to map the starmaze I must acquaint you with a small puzzle...I have a habit of seeing everything (cities, organizations, computers, networks, brains) as a maze, so I named this puzzle the starmaze....The first problem I ran into was that there were a lot of rooms...I invented wacky names for each room...But something funny happened...In that instant I finally grasped that the starmaze was arranged on the edges of a nine-dimensional hypercube..."

## Can you stump the Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences?

Can you stump the Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences? Every identifiable sequence known to man, including:

If your sequence does not appear there, you might want to try the Super Seeker.

*Name: Busy Beaver problem: maximal number of steps that an n-state Turing machine can make on an initially blank tape before eventually halting.*

Comment: The sequence grows faster than any computable function of n, and so is non-computable.

Keywords: hard,huge,nice,nonn,brefComment: The sequence grows faster than any computable function of n, and so is non-computable.

Keywords: hard,huge,nice,nonn,bref

If your sequence does not appear there, you might want to try the Super Seeker.

## The Paso Doble

The Paso Doble is an eerie little puzzle game, something like a De Chirico painting come to life.

Oh yeah, a new Mersenne prime was discovered today by a 20-yr old.

Both links courtesy of mathpuzzle.com

(will i ever beat joseph devincentis?!)

Oh yeah, a new Mersenne prime was discovered today by a 20-yr old.

Both links courtesy of mathpuzzle.com

(will i ever beat joseph devincentis?!)

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