# Difference between revisions of "Parlour"

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* [[googol#Googol_plex | googol plex]], [[googol#Googol_bang | googol bang]], [[googol#Googol_stack | googol stack]] and the [[googol#The_googol_plex_bang_stack_hierarchy | googol plex bang stack hierarchy]] | * [[googol#Googol_plex | googol plex]], [[googol#Googol_bang | googol bang]], [[googol#Googol_stack | googol stack]] and the [[googol#The_googol_plex_bang_stack_hierarchy | googol plex bang stack hierarchy]] | ||

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* [[Zero | 0]] | * [[Zero | 0]] |

## Revision as of 07:20, 30 October 2017

Welcome to the parlour, where finite numbers dream.

- up to omega and into the attic
- over to Peano's Parlour, the site for open problems in nonstandard models of Peano Arithmetic and related theories
- The smallest non-describable number
- Busy beaver function values
- Fast-growing hierarchy
- BEAF arrays and Bird's array notation
- Ackermann function values
- Graham's number
- Knuth's up-arrow notation
- googol plex, googol bang, googol stack and the googol plex bang stack hierarchy
- googol
- 1
- 0