# Is a googolplex smaller than infinity

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if gogoolplex is a number before infinity, then these are all logicalen pay

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

just not! what you said is googol! and that you have also worked out, the pay. there is only confusing stuff inside. and everyone writes something different. googol is a 1 with 100 zeros. and googolplex is a number before infinity. I definitely think so. I got that from a book that I once borrowed from a friend. I will see to it that I get this book as soon as possible. Kind regards bigfoot996 |

10 ^ googol

and googolplexplex is 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 100

and googolplexplexplex is 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 100

and googolplexplexplexplex is 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 100

what I would be interested in is whether the grahams number is greater than googolplex.

In addition, every number is a number before infinity also 5 ^^

correctly formulated you mean the last number before infinity

PS: Graham's number is:

3^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^3

to understand

3 ^ 3 is 3x3x3 (27)

3 ^^ 3 is 3 ^ 3 ^ 3 (7,625,597,484,987)

3 ^^^ 3 is 3 ^^ 3 ^^ 3 (boah kA )

hope it's true if net kerri will surely improve me

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08.11.2005, 19:24 | |

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

Quote by NPM | DestructorIt says googol is 10 ^ 100 and googolplex is 10 ^ 10 ^ 100 10 ^ googol and googolplexplex is 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 100 and googolplexplexplex is 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 100 and googolplexplexplexplex is 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 100 what I would be interested in is whether the grahams number is greater than googolplex. In addition, every number is a number before infinity also 5 ^^ correctly formulated you mean the last number before infinity PS: Graham's number is: 3^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^3 to understand 3 ^ 3 is 3x3x3 (27) 3 ^^ 3 is 3 ^ 3 ^ 3 (7,625,597,484,987) 3 ^^^ 3 is 3 ^^ 3 ^^ 3 (boah kA ) hope it's true if net kerri will surely improve me |

I picked an interesting topic again

but take a look

the only halfway normal page.

[font = Arial] Googolplexplex [/ font]A Googolplexplex is a number so high that it needs an explanation: The number 10 ^ 100 (ie "10 to the power of 100" ... a number with 100 zeros) becomes Googol called. Written out, this number looks like this:[font = Arial] 10 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 [/ font] [font = Arial] Quite unspectacular ... but there is more: [/ font] The number becomes 10 ^ 10 ^ 100 Googolplex called (a number followed by Googol lots of zeros!). This number is higher than the number of all atoms in the entire universe that is believed by today's scientists !!! Just to write out this number in the same type and font size as above (just to write it out!), We would need a monitor with a width of about 10 to the 74 times the diameter of our present universe.[font = Arial] a Googolplexplex (10 ^ 10 ^ 10 ^ 100) is called the number 10 ^ Googolplex. That should be a number with the unimaginable number of turn Googolplex lots of zeros! [/ font][font = Arial] How it all started:In the 1930s, the American mathematician Edward Kasner had the idea of inventing a number that would surpass anything people can imagine. He asked his 9-year-old nephew what name he would give to a very high number. The boy called it "Googol". Another mathematician later invented the "Googolplex" and defined it as a 10 to the power of Googol. [font = Arial] A Googol is actually nothing special. The total number of elementary particles in the known universe is estimated to be about 10 to the power of 80. If the universe were completely filled with neutrons, so that no empty space existed, there would be about 10 to the power of 128 particles. That is much more than a googol. But one cannot imagine the dimensions of a googolplex and neither can a googolplex, a number with a googolplex with many zeros. [/ Font] |

googolplex is definitely "[font = Arial]."

**Googolplexplex**(10^10^10^100)"

[font = Tahoma] and I also believe that the "^" characters are a high high or something. so not a normal high. Clearly five is a number before infinity, but googolplex is THE EIE that pays before infinity. so the last number before infinity.

pirke doesn't seem to understand anything and we don't smoke pirke either. at least not me

Kind regards

bigfoot996

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**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

but the grahams number is the highest number used in scientific evidence, is not a cardboard style of the thing

In addition, you cannot define a number that comes close to infinity because you would then have to define an infinite number.

also what is googolplexplex if googolplex is the last number before infinity?

that's just net every number that is defined cannot be the last number before infinite and everything else is cheese

In addition, you cannot define a number that comes close to infinity because you would then have to define an infinite number.

also what is googolplexplex if googolplex is the last number before infinity?

that's just net every number that is defined cannot be the last number before infinite and everything else is cheese

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

<mathmode>

Claim: Every number, however large it may be, is a number that is less than infinite.

Proof: There are three possibilities:

1) The number is greater than infinity.

2) The number is infinite.

3) The number is less than infinity.

1) It cannot be that a number is greater than infinity, because then the number would be closer to infinity than infinity itself, which is a contradiction in itself.

2) It cannot be that a number is infinite either, because if you add 1 to the number, you would have a number that is greater than infinite, rest of the argumentation as in 1).

The only option left is 3.

</mathmode>

That was the easy way to explain. Certainly not a mathematically strict argumentation, if you wanted to do that, you would have to go back further (mainly about the structure of whole numbers and some countable things and what you don't know yet)

Greetings, kerri

Claim: Every number, however large it may be, is a number that is less than infinite.

Proof: There are three possibilities:

1) The number is greater than infinity.

2) The number is infinite.

3) The number is less than infinity.

1) It cannot be that a number is greater than infinity, because then the number would be closer to infinity than infinity itself, which is a contradiction in itself.

2) It cannot be that a number is infinite either, because if you add 1 to the number, you would have a number that is greater than infinite, rest of the argumentation as in 1).

The only option left is 3.

**Any number**, no matter what name it bears, and no matter how it is calculated,**is less than infinite**.</mathmode>

That was the easy way to explain. Certainly not a mathematically strict argumentation, if you wanted to do that, you would have to go back further (mainly about the structure of whole numbers and some countable things and what you don't know yet)

Greetings, kerri

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

could one not define infinite by period googolplex?

or period graham ^ googolplexplex?

or period graham ^ googolplexplex?

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

could one not define infinite by period googolplex? or period graham ^ googolplexplex? |

Greetings, kerri

08.11.2005, 20:22 | |

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Who does not expect several million zeros in everyday life that one can no longer pronounce so many zeros there are ...

Just tell your Dr John that you were right, dust off the Hdd and that's it

Just tell your Dr John that you were right, dust off the Hdd and that's it

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

somehow reminds me of earlier times when you argued.

A: I am infinitely more right than you!

B: I'm infinitely +2 times more right than you

etc...

yes I was on it earlier

A: I am infinitely more right than you!

B: I'm infinitely +2 times more right than you

etc...

yes I was on it earlier

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

1. @ olli98: everyone was like that I know that too ^^

and is that right now or net? if not, then the book sucks! if net, what is googolplex then?

Kind regards

bigfoot996

and is that right now or net? if not, then the book sucks! if net, what is googolplex then?

Kind regards

bigfoot996

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[....] what is googolplex then? [....] |

Greetings, kerri

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Or something big that will soon be released by an even bigger search engine operator.

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

I'm sorry, I should have warned you:

Session start (97479434: bigfoot996): Tue Nov 08 19:39:36 2005 [19:39] bigfoot996: tele tele der ist smart [19:39] bigfoot996: so ask: [19:39] bigfoot996: what is googolplex? [19:39] tele: wtf? [19:39] bigfoot996: a number before infinity right ?! [19:40] bigfoot996: damn why don't you know? [19:40] tele: because I'm not interested? [19:40] bigfoot996: then I have to ask kerri and ir omniscient crystal ball [19:41] tele: how about google and a lexicon? [19:41] bigfoot996: yeah yeah wiki says au only ******* e [19:41] bigfoot996: so only incomprehensible [19:41] bigfoot996: dr john has no plan [19:41] bigfoot996: and we bet on ne 18gb scasiII hdd [19:42] tele: besides Wayne, do you happen to know the gas man? [19:42] bigfoot996: haha [19:42] bigfoot996: Session Close (bigfoot996): Tue Nov 08 19:56:17 2005 |

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

a number before infinity is infinite you nose!

**AW: googoolplex-a number before infinity !!? !!**

a number before infinity is infinite you nose! |

Or is one of us not realizing the meaning of the statement "a number before infinity"?

Greetings, kerri

08.11.2005, 22:23 |

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