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The schmittyillion I something I coined... I am a googolist guys. Spare me. Schmittyillion is 10^3*10^3*10... a googol minus 2 more times raised to the 4182001. The quadrimilliquattuordecicentillion though is one followed by 12345 zeroes according to Googology Wiki I coined that also. I also coined pastavecillion and nastihotillion. As well as tunapotillion as seen below, from Large Numbers to Infinity Wiki on Fandom:

Pastavecillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E13)+30)+3)

Nastihotillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.7E13+(300)))+3)

Tunapotillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E16)+3E1500)+3)

Termabotillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E19)+3E600)+3)

Terminalillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E19+(27,000)))+3)

Novopastillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.7E22)+3E(3E(1.5E13))+3)

Trolapetillion, 1E(3E(3E(9E24)+3E15)+3)

Yolopalillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E25)+3E(3E(1.5E4))+3)

Yetitrolillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E28+(9E24)))+3)

Netipotillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.7E28+(1500)))+3)

Dupasupamegamillillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E36)+3E(3E36)+3,000,003)+3)

Pupanecterillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E37)+3E282)+3)

Pupitreetillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E37+(9E27)))+3)

Yersohotillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E40)+3E(3E300))+3)

Multiversillion, 1E(3E(3E(3E42+(3E39)))+3)

Taxapermillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E37)+3E(1.5E19))+3)

Peyratolillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E46)+3E(1.2E25))+3)

Dousatonlillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E60)+3E(1.2E55))+3)

Torsobultillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E64)+3E(3E(6E42))+3)

Tripahorsillion, 1E(3E(3E(9E111)+3E(3E63))+3)

Tipapotillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E112)+3E1500)+3)

Tipahousillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E112)+3E(3E60))+3)

Datanetillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E120)+3E(2.7E28))+3)

Portapotyrillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E241)+3E(1.5E48)+3)

Banananodolillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E300)+3E(6E24)+3)

Yebrosupillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E3001)+3E(3E(3E36))+3)

Mayodipillion, 1E(3E(3E(3E(3E12)))+3E(3E(6E111))+3)

Jonathan Bowers is known for his illion system. For example millillion is the 1000th illion, but micrillion is the millionth, nanillion the billionth, etc. He divides his illions in tiers. Each tier depends on how many base powers of ten there are. If the top exponent is over 3000, it should be placed in the tier above. If it is lower than three, it should be put in the tier below. All listed above are Tier 4 and 5 -illions, which are bigger than both googolplexian (googolplex zeroes) and googoltriplex (googolplexian zeroes). Like I said, all of these are still no match for Schmittyillion which is in Tier Googol. Another number I coined is inphixillion, in tier googolillion (10^(3*googol+3)), which is probably the largest googolism by record.

I hope you learned a lot from this! *-Trakaplex*😅

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First, infinity is not a number. Imagine a variable with no formula around it to find out its value. Can you calculate with it? NO! Infinity is like that; it is not a number, ever. Ordinal infinities don't work either. If we get rid of all "infinities", the biggest number that is considered as "number" is the Large Number Garden Number. But its definition is still on verification. So if not considering the Large Number Garden Number, the current biggest number is BIGFOOT. And you might wanna completely disclude an ill-defined number. In that case, the biggest well-defined number is infinite-time Turing machine function's values. If you only consider computable numbers (computable=able to get the result by running a computer), the biggest number is something little bigger or smaller than the Y-sequence number.

The schmittyillion I something I coined... I am a googolist guys. Spare me. Schmittyillion is 10^310^310... a googol minus 2 more times raised to the 4182001. The quadrimilliquattuordecicentillion though is one followed by 12345 zeroes according to Googology Wiki I coined that also. I also coined pastavecillion and nastihotillion. As well as tunapotillion as seen below, from Large Numbers to Infinity Wiki on Fandom:

Pastavecillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E13)+30)+3)

Nastihotillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.7E13+(300)))+3)

Tunapotillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E16)+3E1500)+3)

Termabotillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E19)+3E600)+3)

Terminalillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E19+(27,000)))+3)

Novopastillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.7E22)+3E(3E(1.5E13))+3)

Trolapetillion, 1E(3E(3E(9E24)+3E15)+3)

Yolopalillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E25)+3E(3E(1.5E4))+3)

Yetitrolillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E28+(9E24)))+3)

Netipotillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.7E28+(1500)))+3)

Dupasupamegamillillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E36)+3E(3E36)+3,000,003)+3)

Pupanecterillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E37)+3E282)+3)

Pupitreetillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E37+(9E27)))+3)

Yersohotillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E40)+3E(3E300))+3)

Multiversillion, 1E(3E(3E(3E42+(3E39)))+3)

Taxapermillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E37)+3E(1.5E19))+3)

Peyratolillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E46)+3E(1.2E25))+3)

Dousatonlillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E60)+3E(1.2E55))+3)

Torsobultillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E64)+3E(3E(6E42))+3)

Tripahorsillion, 1E(3E(3E(9E111)+3E(3E63))+3)

Tipapotillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E112)+3E1500)+3)

Tipahousillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.2E112)+3E(3E60))+3)

Datanetillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E120)+3E(2.7E28))+3)

Portapotyrillion, 1E(3E(3E(1.5E241)+3E(1.5E48)+3)

Banananodolillion, 1E(3E(3E(6E300)+3E(6E24)+3)

Yebrosupillion, 1E(3E(3E(2.4E3001)+3E(3E(3E36))+3)

Mayodipillion, 1E(3E(3E(3E(3E12)))+3E(3E(6E111))+3)

Jonathan Bowers is known for his illion system. For example millillion is the 1000th illion, but micrillion is the millionth, nanillion the billionth, etc. He divides his illions in tiers. Each tier depends on how many base powers of ten there are. If the top exponent is over 3000, it should be placed in the tier above. If it is lower than three, it should be put in the tier below. All listed above are Tier 4 and 5 -illions, which are bigger than both googolplexian (googolplex zeroes) and googoltriplex (googolplexian zeroes). Like I said, all of these are still no match for Schmittyillion which is in Tier Googol. Another number I coined is inphixillion, in tier googolillion (10^(3*googol+3)), which is probably the largest googolism by record.

I hope you learned a lot from this! -Trakaplex😅

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