Hi All!

I am currently trying to locate an online copy of Jakob Weisblat's paper titled "The Search for the Odd Perfect Number". I could only get hold of the abstract:

"A perfect number is a number whose proper divisors add up to the number itself. All known perfect numbers are of the form $(2^{p}-1)(2^{p-1})$ where p is prime and $2^{p}-1$ is prime. This talk will consider the possibility of an odd perfect number. After considering criteria for the prime factorization of an odd perfect number, many categories of odds will be eliminated. The remaining categories will then be more thoroughly considered.

The first part of the talk will be my personal research and investigations without having looked at anyone's previous work. Next, interesting previous studies on this matter will be discussed. Finally, my personal work will be compared to the previous analyses, and my research will be extended using this new information."

If anybody out there has a copy or has a web-link to an online copy, would you please be willing to share it? Thanks!

Edit: After taking to Ivars Peterson of MAA, it appears that the author was not required to make a paper submission for his talk. Likewise, the author does not have a publicly available e-mail address. Hence, reflecting quid's suggestion, is a write-up of the author's notes for this talk available somewhere? The author is currently unreachable through Facebook messaging.