Most of this stuff is over my head. However, I have noticed something which I'm sure you, Raymond, have noticed as well: that all of the F[n] #s that are the first [power-of-ten]th ones start with **47**. Weird, eh? Is this the new **42**?

Yes, I did. I had noticed that the F[n] of each next multiple seemed to be a near perfect [10*[F

_{n-1} + 2]] +/- x}. That's how I had arrived at my estimated F

_{106} value (which I got lucky to get dead on).

You will notice that the F

_{107} reported a little earlier by Jack follows the exact same pattern. However, I have not been able to understand his reported {first 10 digits 8490335471 and the last 10 digits 8041866146} for that Fn; one of then should be starting with a "1", unless the first ten is given in little-endian format; even then, the 2

^{nd} most significant digit would be expected to be a "0".