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TIL "Graham's Number" is so large that according
to mathematicians, in theory, storing the ginormous
number in one's head could create a black hole
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Oh yeah? I just invented a new number called
pissypeepee and it is Graham's number plus 1. Write
an article on that scientists
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    • Niggas out there creating black holes with their mind and I still can't learn lefty tighty, righty loosey smh
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    • Is that bigger or smaller than a pooptillion?
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    • I invited a number 7 numbers higher than pissy peepee called 7numbershigherthanpissypeepee
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    • There’s nothing a human mind can think that would create a black hole that’s absurd nonsense
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    • Maybe tumblr is changing, not a single reply saying “I’m literally crying/shaking” “Repeating the same thing but in caps” or “There are two types of people on this world”
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    • If I’m not mistaken, it’s the largest math number with any relevance. It is so large that if tried to write it out with the tiniest writing, it wouldn’t fit in the observable universe.
      SeaPotato 30 jun
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    • What about jenny’s number?
      xPlums 30 jun
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    • What about Fettucine's number which states that any bullshit number you make, mine will always up it by 10 factorial. Beat that
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    • There are bigger numbers like tree three. The thing about these hunger numbers that makes them interesting is that theres a mathematical formula or question that makes them relevant. At these sizes it takes something pretty fundamentally different to get a noteworthy difference.
      KazooBard 30 jun
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    • What about Rayo's number?
      xEclipse 29 jun
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    • Tomio 30 jun
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    • My name is Jeff and I’m creating JeffsNumber, it’s pissypeepee +2. Now I’m the smartest man alive.
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    • Grahams number is divided into 64 parts. Each part increasing beyond exponentially. The first part is a number so large it physically couldn't be written out in the observable universe as there isn't enough room for that many digits. The second step takes the total of the first step an multiplies it
      dell420 30 jun
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    • Numberphile has a great set of videos on this number and numbers like it; knowing y’all, though, you’re gonna distrust it bc it’s British professors on it
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    • How people out here creating numbers? Ain’t they all already there?
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    • Ok, but how does that differ from pi?
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    • Reddit isn’t a source
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    • Actually Graham’s number +1 wouldn’t work in the theorem, but Graham’s number +64^g would technically be larger and still work, however even so, Graham’s number is the largest limit of the theorem, so it’s still better
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    • Grahams number is a number because it is the theoretical upper bound for the solution to a specific problem. This makes it the largest mathematically useful number. I think it has since been passed by tree 3 but you can look it up. Rayos number isn’t even in that catergory. Rayos number is just a
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    • Basically it’s an infinite number but not really. It’s “limited infinity”. Which in science just means that there is a theoretical end just not one that’s realistic. Kinda like the number that represents how many men your moms slept with
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    • The point of these impressive large numbers is that they're useful. Grahams number is impossibly big but useful in math. There's one bigger number I know of I think it's called TREE3. It's not about just writing a bunch of 0s and calling it a day.
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    • I had to look it up, but according to Wikipedia, Graham’s number was used in a proof in the 70s. At the time, it was the largest specific integer to have ever been used in a published proof, which made it famous. Since then, however, larger integers have been used, and the proof in question (1/2)
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    • Theoretical shit like this is so stupid.
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    • Just jump straight to an inaccessible cardinal.
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    • yes storing that number in my brain will create a star, millions of years will pass instantly, and bam black hole
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    • Grahams number is so big that they had to invent a new method of writing numbers in order to represent it
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    • But what is grahams number? How do you represent it? Can you truly put it into terms that even the most brilliant minds can comprehend? No. No amount of zeroes can accurately reprehend it's pure size.
      gemini90 30 jun
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    • I hate these "theories" because for starters scientists don't think them, because they are not stupid. Secondly information doesn't have fucking mass, by that fucking logic anyone that learned enough digits of pi would do something worst. It's pseudo science bullshit.
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    • Finally! A dark mode meme.
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    • Graham's Number is significant because it was at some point the largest number ever used in a proof. To define it, we need "arrow notation" (I'm going to use carets). 3^3 = 3 * 3 * 3 = 27, as usual, but now 3^^3 = 3 ^ 3 ^ 3, now, careful, we collapse from the back, so 3^^3 = 3^27, which is...
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    • That sounds made up. And why is it named after a dude? It’s not something we can physically represent and there’s always a number larger than “Graham’s number” because numbers are infinite? I don’t understand how this is even a thing
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    • What about ♾-1
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    • Science can be stupid sometimes
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    • Graham's number is rather tiny compared to tree(3)
      Ljfanatic 30 jun
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    • Top 10 questions science still can’t answer
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    • This is why I hate numbers and math. Boggles my mind that you can think of the biggest number imaginable and just add 1. It never stops I hate it
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    • Well I just thought about it and nothing happened
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    • Did we forget that Pi existed
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    • Grahms number x10^2
      KaptainA 30 jun
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    • Pi
      nazpoato 30 jun
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    • Would the number before grahams number create a black hole in the same situation...?
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    • Tree(3) anyone?
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    • Still not big enough to get your moms weight
      Lunar437 30 jun
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    • Only thing bigger than graham's number is yo mama
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    • What about your mom's number
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    • Tree(3)
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    • This is why I do not like math. I feel as I could simply say my number is bigger: if I do 12345678910 x itself 9E googolplexplex times, I'm certain that number would be bigger than the biggest finite number. Also correct me if I'm wrong.
      Donwinsh 30 jun
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    • There’s not enough space in the universe to express the number digitally
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    • Yeah, but grahms number has actual significance like Pi or Euler's number.
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    • I don't think that's how memories and thoughts work.
      __Repub__ 30 jun
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    • What about my number who wants it
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    • My balls itch
      An1RAlt 30 jun
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    • “Scientists” make ridiculous claims like this and people believe them
      thvle 30 jun
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    • What about tree (3)
      Feldor 30 jun
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    • Mightly lonely down here
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    • Phexal 30 jun
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    • What about pi. And what’s the point of Graham’s number? I know why pi is so big but not Graham’s
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    • Multiplied by infinity squared to the infinite power
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    • Ever heard of googolplex?
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    • Damn, mathematicians know nothing about nehroscience
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    • It's not a physical number it's a concept. Saying that you made a number higher than what it's talking about is impossible, because it is the theoretical highest number possible. Period.
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    • There’s petty. And then there’s pissypeepee levels of petty
      HibanaR6 30 jun
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    • Stop featuring clickbait articles.
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    • That’s total bullshit
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    • Vulchrys 30 jun
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    • People are wild... pissypeepee
      dreadedT 3 jul
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    • 100000 is the largest number in history but scientists are skeptical
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    • To put it into perspective, the smallest unit of volume is a plank space. If one digit occupied one plank space, there wouldn’t be enough plank spaces in the universe to hold Graham’s number.
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    • I invented a series of numbers that is pissypeepee -1 called piss. I pissed myself
      Chuck_ 3 jul
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    • Honestly humans are so dumb sometimes
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    • Imagine thinking of something and then creating a black hole
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    • Source : dude just trust me
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    • I’m making NC gang number. It’s Jeff’s number x 2. Your move
      NC_Gang 2 jul
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    • Like a Googolplex?
      SirViper 2 jul
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    • Lol there are so many larger numbers. It's almost incomprehensible.
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    • I just created a number and if there were that many atoms, the entire universe would be filled. I call it Fat#.
      LegoC3PO 2 jul
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    • What about fuckass’ number, it’s literally just 9 repeating forever
      adnep 2 jul
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    • Have you heard of the sideways 8 yet it'll blow you away
      bustahoe 2 jul
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    • Graham's Number to the power of Graham's Number
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    • this is a fuckin shit show all of it
      ColeJord 2 jul
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    • Tree 3 is much bigger than even graham's number
      Bowler8 2 jul
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    • It's impossible for a mind to create a black hole. Thoughts dont have mass or gravity, and black holes require, guess what, mass and gravity, a shit ton of them actually, even minuscule black holes that evaporate in milliseconds can only be man made by inside the Large Hadron Collider, accidentally
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    • Pi: am I a joke to you?
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    • Marioplex?
      Wynautt 2 jul
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    • Math is such a joke. "Ooooh we came up with this number that totally 100% exists guys but I cant prove it because it's too long to write ooooh"
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    • Why is Graham's number a bunch of random digits instead of just writing 9 a near infinite amount of times
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    • That's like saying If you stored all the digests in pie it would create a black hole... wrong your Brian never changes mass with knowledge...
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    • A pooptillion is a pissypeepee plus 5. Take that
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    • Rayo's number: nice place, nigga.
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    • This is why most math is nonsense
      lane3556 1 jul
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    • The smallest meaningful volume in physics is known as a Planck volume, and the number of those in the universe is still smaller than Graham’s number
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    • I remember looking up how to calculate Graham's number, and it makes me so fucking angry 😂. Obviously you can't even get past the very first step in actually calculating it, but the theory makes enough sense, kinda
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    • “Via reddit.com”
      Chigg 1 jul
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    • Oh yeah? Graham’s number plus infinitely. Beat that loser
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    • poopypooass is grahamns number plus 13 beat that
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    • What makes the number so extraordinary is that it is the largest number used in a formal proof.
      ChloZ 1 jul
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    • Aren’t all irrational numbers infinite so this shit is just stupid. Everyone’s talking about their favorite infinite numbers now debating who’s infinity is larger.
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