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Offline redsniper

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:mad: What IS IT ??!!!:confused:
"Think about nice things not unhappy things.
The future makes happy, if you make it yourself.
No war; think about happy things."   -WouterSmitssm

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"...this conversation is pointlessly confrontational."

 
 

Offline CP5670

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is that one number or just a part of some number? I don't recognize it at all. :p The only constants I know about are all from analysis or number theory, which are almost all between -1 and 4.

but from the remarks here it looks like it might be some encoded text.

 

Offline redsniper

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Originally posted by Sesquipedalian
Perhaps it has something to do with Stryke 9's "Complete text of David Copperfield" post?

Aha! So that's what it is.:nod:
"Think about nice things not unhappy things.
The future makes happy, if you make it yourself.
No war; think about happy things."   -WouterSmitssm

HARD LIGHT PRODUCTIONS:
"...this conversation is pointlessly confrontational."

 

Offline Stryke 9

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Maeg: Actually, the original point was to see if CP could stand up to a rather severe math geek challenge. I figured he'd appreciate it. And then they had to go and tempt me...


CP: It's all one number. It was broken up into lines where I got it, and I just copy/pasted, so the formatting's unfortunately off. It's not a constant, but it's a famous enough number for now...


Cool, I broke the forum? I feel so powerful...

 

Offline Rampage

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"I need a map!" :p

 
some code that hasn't been cracked?
or a super encryption key?
just another newbie without any modding, FREDding or real programming experience

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Offline Rampage

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I guess you guys didn't get my first reply.

[Calling John Nash...]

 

Offline Nuclear1

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Close the thread... my poor net conn can't handle such a long post...
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Offline Knight Templar

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Close the thread... my poor net conn can't handle such a long post...


Then don't load the thread? :wtf:
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well its 68kb as a txt file, so the number would be the same amount of HTML.

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Offline Kamikaze

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for an instant I thought "godel numbering?" but then I figured you weren't dealing with predicate calculus :p I have a feeling it's similar though.
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It's the Lady in Red, right? :rolleyes: Stryke, I thought we dealt with you and your pr0n posting on the forums. :doubt:
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Offline Petrarch of the VBB

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By god. It can't be Graham's Number, but surely it can't be far off!:D

 

Offline Knight Templar

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Graham's number?
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Offline Petrarch of the VBB

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Yeah, it's 3^3^3^3^3^3 more times than you can concieve.

 

Offline Knight Templar

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Oh.. well KT has a number like that. Just add 17 to it.
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Offline Petrarch of the VBB

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You'll have to ask CP about Graham's Number, I can't explain it well at all.

 

Offline Razor

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Originally posted by Petrarch of the VBB
You'll have to ask CP about Graham's Number,


Like he'll bother. :doubt:
Oh and Stryke, I see you have an ability to randomly type numbers on your keyboard. :) Good show! :yes:

 
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If i were an admin, I would declare this as SPAM and would slam a big nasty CLOSE icon on it. Hmm...if only I could.

 

Offline Knight Templar

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Originally posted by Razor


Like he'll bother. :doubt:
Oh and Stryke, I see you have an ability to randomly type numbers on your keyboard. :) Good show! :yes:

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If i were an admin, I would declare this as SPAM and would slam a big nasty CLOSE icon on it. Hmm...if only I could [/B]


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but you wouldn't do that. You looooove spaming ;7

besides, it's Stryke's trade mark. You should know by now...
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