The endless search for primality

@article{Maddox1992TheES,
  title={The endless search for primality},
  author={John Royden Maddox},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1992},
  volume={356},
  pages={283-283}
}
Is there more to the continuing search for prime numbers than the curiosity that sustains the enthusiasm of stamp-collectors? The discovery of the largest so far (at Harwell in Britain and by Cray Research) refers. 
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