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::::::Infinity isn't really a number at all - and if it was, infinity plus one is infinity anyway. There is no such thing a "biggest number". --{{User:Jay/sig}} 00:56, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
::::::Infinity isn't really a number at all - and if it was, infinity plus one is infinity anyway. There is no such thing a "biggest number". --{{User:Jay/sig}} 00:56, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
Here's the largest known prime number, discovered only this year: 2<sup>43112609</sup>−1 ... you can even buy a poster of it [http://www.perfsci.com/wall-art.asp here] if you're insane.  =]  {{User:OptimisticFool/sig}} 00:39, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
Here's the largest known prime number, discovered only this year: 2<sup>43112609</sup>−1 ... you can even buy a poster of it [http://www.perfsci.com/wall-art.asp here] if you're insane.  =]  {{User:OptimisticFool/sig}} 00:39, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
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''<span style="white-space:normal;">{Anony returns to the Homestar Runner Wiki in Firefox from dinner,homework, and reruns of "[[Wikipedia:It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!|It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!]]" to see that his sandbox has been overwritten. After he "Awwwwwwww"s he proceeds to reply to the topic that is now in the Sandbox, "If 12242543524532525344532453254632456235163754625324123234123243654574524253563464363546534532535435736582658726498367453689563294563284563285638564363759857  were a number, what would it mean in binary?" While typing this, he realizes this is probably from his own mention of text going off the default width of the page, which the number prominently does.}''
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'''ANONY:'''One, I'm showing this to my math teacher ''{In response to OptimisticFool's post of a poster that has the largest prime number ever found.}'' If it were a "what would it ''be'' in binary, it'd be this:
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''{Cut to a <nowiki><pre></nowiki> pre tag containing it's binary equivalent; the following, however it is not properly wrap as intended.}''
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<pre style="white-space:normal;">0011000100110010001100100011010000110010001101010011010000110011001101010011001000110100001101010011001100110010001101010011001000110101001100110011010000110100001101010011001100110010001101000011010100110011001100100011010100110100001101100011001100110010001101000011010100110110001100100011001100110101001100010011011000110011001101110011010100110100001101100011001000110101001100110011001000110100001100010011001000110011001100100011001100110100001100010011001000110011001100100011010000110011001101100011010100110100001101010011011100110100001101010011001000110100001100100011010100110011001101010011011000110011001101000011011000110100001100110011011000110011001101010011010000110110001101010011001100110100001101010011001100110010001101010011001100110101001101000011001100110101001101110011001100110110001101010011100000110010001101100011010100111000001101110011001000110110001101000011100100111000001100110011011000110111001101000011010100110011001101100011100000111001001101010011011000110011001100100011100100110100001101010011011000110011001100100011100000110100001101010011011000110011001100100011100000110101001101100011001100111000001101010011011000110100001100110011011000110011001101110011010100111001001110000011010100110111</pre>
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'''ANONY:''' Oops. Maybe I didn't find the solution.
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--[[Special:Contributions/70.143.29.193|70.143.29.193]] 01:24, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

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If 12242543524532525344532453254632456235163754625324123234123243654574524253563464363546534532535435736582658726498367453689563294563284563285638564363759857 were a number, what would it mean in binary?

But 12242543524532525344532453254632456235163754625324123234123243654574524253563464363546534532535435736582658726498367453689563294563284563285638564363759857 is a number! OptimisticFool 00:15, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
Whaaaaa? WELL GOGOLPLEX IS THE BIGGEST NUMBER! Ivoj Nob(HAP-E*HOLIDAYS) 00:16, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
Don't be ridiculous. Googolplex is not the biggest number. That's the silliest thing I've ever heard...... OptimisticFool 00:18, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
Infinity is. Ivoj Nob(HAP-E*HOLIDAYS) 00:22, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
But what about infinity plus one? Isn't that even bigger? Loafing 00:27, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
Infinity isn't really a number at all - and if it was, infinity plus one is infinity anyway. There is no such thing a "biggest number". --Jay v.2020 (Talk) 00:56, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

Here's the largest known prime number, discovered only this year: 243112609−1 ... you can even buy a poster of it here if you're insane. =] OptimisticFool 00:39, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

{Anony returns to the Homestar Runner Wiki in Firefox from dinner,homework, and reruns of "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!" to see that his sandbox has been overwritten. After he "Awwwwwwww"s he proceeds to reply to the topic that is now in the Sandbox, "If 12242543524532525344532453254632456235163754625324123234123243654574524253563464363546534532535435736582658726498367453689563294563284563285638564363759857 were a number, what would it mean in binary?" While typing this, he realizes this is probably from his own mention of text going off the default width of the page, which the number prominently does.}

ANONY:One, I'm showing this to my math teacher {In response to OptimisticFool's post of a poster that has the largest prime number ever found.} If it were a "what would it be in binary, it'd be this:

{Cut to a <pre> pre tag containing it's binary equivalent; the following, however it is not properly wrap as intended.}

0011000100110010001100100011010000110010001101010011010000110011001101010011001000110100001101010011001100110010001101010011001000110101001100110011010000110100001101010011001100110010001101000011010100110011001100100011010100110100001101100011001100110010001101000011010100110110001100100011001100110101001100010011011000110011001101110011010100110100001101100011001000110101001100110011001000110100001100010011001000110011001100100011001100110100001100010011001000110011001100100011010000110011001101100011010100110100001101010011011100110100001101010011001000110100001100100011010100110011001101010011011000110011001101000011011000110100001100110011011000110011001101010011010000110110001101010011001100110100001101010011001100110010001101010011001100110101001101000011001100110101001101110011001100110110001101010011100000110010001101100011010100111000001101110011001000110110001101000011100100111000001100110011011000110111001101000011010100110011001101100011100000111001001101010011011000110011001100100011100100110100001101010011011000110011001100100011100000110100001101010011011000110011001100100011100000110101001101100011001100111000001101010011011000110100001100110011011000110011001101110011010100111001001110000011010100110111

ANONY: Oops. Maybe I didn't find the solution.

--70.143.29.193 01:24, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

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