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  • (diff | hist) . . m Paul Erdős‎; 21:09 . . (+20). .Brycehughes (talk | contribs)
  • (diff | hist) . . Erdős number‎; 05:07 . . (+115). .LouScheffer (talk | contribs)(OK, we know at most 4. This is typical of Erdos numbers in non-mathematical fields; see talk page. Importance is not low number, but connection to new fields. Grossman lists numbers as high as 7 for this. See talk.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Erdős number‎; 03:59 . . (-107). .David Eppstein (talk | contribs)(Undo Posner again. There's a reason we usually don't list numbers greater than three: we don't have reliable enough sources for them. That appears to be true here. How do we know his # is 4 and not 3?)
  • (diff | hist) . . Erdős number‎; 03:26 . . (+107). .LouScheffer (talk | contribs)(Posner is significant not because of a low Erdos number per se, but as the lowest in a different field. There was no 'Law' field, so I added it. If you can suggest a lower numbered legal scholar, please do.)

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