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I keep having recurring visions of a sphere with a diameter of Graham's number, somewhere outside the multiverse. Is it possible such a thing could exist, /x/?
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>I keep having recurring visions of a sphere with a diameter of Graham's number

Sound legit.
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>>16925758
I don't think an object like that is anywhere within the realm of human comprehension.
Sleeping people tend to attach meanings to images regardless of whether they actually belong together.

That being said it is fun to speculate on such things. It's not really possible for an object to exist "outside" of a universe. There isn't any space and therefore there can't be any mass.
But the universe is infinite, as mind boggling as that is, the space is there for such a sphere, and it wouldn't even make the it cramped in here..
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>>16925758

use your units. use your fucking UNITS, OP
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>the observable universe is far too small to contain an ordinary digital representation of Graham's number, assuming that each digit occupies one Planck volume
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>>16925843
Important detail. Practically any sphere could have a diameter of Graham's number if you invent a unit small enough.
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>>16925881
what about representing it on the internet?
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>>16925931

if it can't fit in the universe, I'm gonna guess a string of integers representing it can't fit in a computer's memory
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>>16927992
You should ask /g/.
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>>16925931
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham%27s_number#Definition
There's a few representations.
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OP, is this sphere rotating? Serious question. Thanks.
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