In the following link:
we can see the first 10,000 prime numbers $p$ with the property that both
$(3p)^2 + p^2 + 3^2$
$(3p)^2 - p^2 - 3^2$ are primes
The primes $p$ with this property satisfie that both $10p^2 + 9$ and $8p^2-9$ are also primes. How can I extend the list to find how many primes are up to $N$ beyond the $10,000$ such primes listed in the link, using Wolfram Alpha?
I don't have mathematica, so maybe there's a limitation in the computational power available in Wolfram Alpha for this kind of operation.
If someone can find quickly how many such primes there are, let's say, up to $100,000,000$, I will appreciate the help.