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Today, I made new site using new Google Sites, so click here. It have AAN main page only so stay tuned.
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I will call it Accouncement because of account announcement.
So one of the admins in this wiki got IPBlocked across all of Wikia sites. Why? Because of vandals.
FB100Z, if you seeing this, you will miss Cloudy.
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Aperiation is the operator made by Aarex that go further than uparrows.
How we go further than uparrow notation? Simple; just add ◎ between the numbers, but we need the definition. a◎b is equal to a↑↑↑ ... ↑↑↑a with b ↑s!
It is easy to combine symbol. ◎↑ nests over ◎ symbol, ◎↑↑ nests over ◎↑ symbol, etc.
We also have ◎◎, which is the limit of ◎↑↑...; ◎◎◎, which is the limit of ◎◎↑↑...; etc.
There we go! But we need rules and definition:
█ is the rest or full of the expression, must have ↑ or/and ◎ symbols.
 if █ = empty, a █ b = a*b
 if █ have ↑ in the end, a █↑ b = a █ a █↑ b1
 if █ have ↑ in the end and b is 1, a █↑ 1 = a
 if █ have ◎ in the end, a █◎ b = a █↑↑↑...↑↑↑ a with b ↑s.
We would have 2nd level of ◎, called as ◎_{2}. ◎_{2} works the same as ◎, …
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Delete this blog post. I know that T is Pi^2_0.
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I know how to map ordinals to basen numbers with my definition. It will split to parts with milestone ordinals only.
Expression: ORD → NUM
ORD must be transfinite number and NUM is real numbers only.
It will be really easy. It only have 1 rule:
 ω → X = X
Where X can be like NUM.
This will have some rules because the operators. Let define ● as the rest of the ordinal expression.
 (empty expression) → X = 0
 ● ω → X = ● X → X
 ● ω + n → X = ● ω → X + n
 ● ω x 1 → X = ● ω → X
 ● ω x n → X = ● ω + (ω x n1) → X
 ● ω ^ 1 → X = ● ω → X
 ● ω ^ n → X = ● ω x (ω ^ n1) → X
 ε_{0} → X = ω ^ ω ^ ω ^ ... ^ ω ^ ω ^ ω → X with X ωs
For example: ε_{0} → 3
 ω ^ (ω ^ ω) → 3
 ω ^ (ω ^ 3) → 3
 ω ^ (ω x ω ^ 2) → 3
 ω ^ (ω x ω x ω ^ 1) → 3
 ω ^ (ω x ω x ω) → 3
 ω ^ (ω x ω x 3) → 3
 ω ^ (ω x (ω + ω x 2)…
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