Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Big Numbers

 Watch the incredible physicist along with Chuck discuss the biggest numbers in the world. I used to think Googleplex was the largest number, till I was introduced to these other ideas of describing possibilities as opposed to just counting. Thank the Arabic Numerical system for our ability to measure in precise details. 


If you are further interested in this topic, here is another article regarding the biggest numbers in the universe:

Starting with Googol (10^100) and Googolplex (10^googol)

Also, it should be noted that the number of particles in the universe is only (10^80)

Skewes' number.

Rayo's number

Graham's number.

And the discoveries for the largest number continues...

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