*The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences contains over 200,000 sequences. It contains classics, curios, thousands of derivatives entered purely for completeness’s sake, short sequences whose completion would be a huge mathematical achievement, and some entries which are just downright silly.*

*For a lark, David and I have decided to review some of the Encyclopedia’s sequences. We’re rating sequences on four axes: ***Novelty**, **Aesthetics**, **Explicability** and **Completeness**.

This is the triumphant return of the integer sequence reviews!

**A193430**

Primes p such that p+1 is in A055462.

23, 6911, 5944066965503999, ...

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