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THATS a lot of $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Thank you for clearing that up, Captian Obvious.

Actually, it's a lot of 0s. There's only one $.

That is more than all the money in the world...

*Blows up infinity with an infinity grenade*

D: You've just destroyed the number continuum, WE WILL ALL DIE! DX

Don't worry. I have my duct tape. It can solve any problem we have.

*Detonates duct tape bomb* It's a duct tape destroying bomb!!!

Oh. Well, I'll just use WD-40 then.

I'll just use my formaldehyde nitrate and poly-carbons combined with nitric acid, sulfuric acid, nitroglycerin, liquid nitrogen, potassium sulfate, urine, uranium, and a little bit of liquid nitrate-carbon sulfide to destroy your weapons.

Don't forget the bubble gum.

Actually, there's a lot more. I could post the Wikipedia link, but just screw it. Grahm's Number! It's the upper limit to this one problem. The lower limit apparently is 6.

I would...but I'm not quite talking right now.

there are so many 0s

if so divide by 0

Too infinity and beyond? Really Buzz Lightyear? There is no beyond infinite!

Depends what infinity. Aleph-One is larger than Aleph-Null but both are considered infinity.

-_- This is why I f*cking hate college students. ALWAYS gotta upstage me! >:( I'm 14, how much do you think I know about numbers?! I'm in 9th grade Geometry for god sakes.

I am taking Pre calculus.

Oh no. This is just interesting reading. Think of it this way. There's an infinity that consists of counting all natural numbers (aka 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ...). This is the infinity we're used to.

Then there's another one. Imagine all the numbers between 0 and 1. In the basics we have the inverse of all the natural numbers (so, 1/1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, etc.). Now with the exception of the first one and all the even ones I can now multiply it by two and produce a new number (so 2/3, 2/5, 2/7, etc.) and that produces a new number. And that's not even getting to irrational numbers like pi - 3 and stuff like that.

I vaguely knew about that in my youth when I was your age...but then again Aleph numbers have a cool name and so places would use it. I never really figured out what they were until I had casual internet access. The Aleph numbers were always used for cool sounding huge numbers. Admit it. Saying Aleph-Null sounds a lot cooler than saying Infinity.

In other words, it's just a cool topic that I got into because I kept hearing the name over and over again. Several games used the term.

I prefer Infinity. But interesting lesson.

I just like the term Aleph Null. It sounds more futuristic.

Shut the helllllllllll up.

Somedays. Somedays we need MOAR ALEPH!

*Smashes Epic $miley's face in with ma cudegl*

lol u guys are addicted to infinity drugs[for mr.infinity only!]

*Eyes go wierd* Did someone say DRUGS?

*Grabs and shakes Torrey* WHERE IS DRUGS.

IN TEH SCHOOLHOUSE. DRUG IN TEH SCHOOL.

*Goes to schoolhouse, when I arrive I fire my UZI into the air* WHERE IS DRUGS.

WOW.From guy who won money to infinty to Sauron shooting a uzi for infinity drugs