It's been 100 days since Psi's Ever-Growing Googolism (PEGG) was defined, and that was where I left off in the previous simulating PEGG blog post. Today, I decided to post what will happen after that day, which I actually made a few days after writing the previous blog post but procrastinated to post it until now. (I'm writing this blog post to provide an excuse to play with Letter Notation expressions.)
In this blog, instead of listing the values day by day, we'll skip days by a multiple of 5 to make the list shorter. For now, I'll list what happens when the letter transition occurs; I'll add the list of values between transitions later.
This blog uses the modified definition of PEGG whose definition can be found on the previous blog post. …Read more >
(Don't take this blog seriously. Also I'm creating this blog to do my daily edit, which has become a self-imposed thing by now)
In the last few days or so, you have edited a bunch of pages, mostly to add a template or add/modify the categories. This has caused a significant increase to the time need to check all the edits made, and I have been lagging behind. Worse still, I'm currently traveling with my parents, which made the time I can use the computer shorter. Not just that, a new Twitch Plays Pokemon run has started, and I have to check that too. Doing this, as well as patrolling the edits on Battle for Dream Island Wiki, as well as checking Discord and other things I do daily on the internet, is a nightmare. Last night I was scolded by…Read more >
A day or two ago, PsiCubed2 created an ever-growing googolism, or PEGG for short. I think this is a great idea, and I wanted to try out the idea a bit further, and wanted to know what will happen to PEGG in the future. So I decided to simulate it.
Since I don't think I can predict future values of Dow Jones, I slightly modified the definition of PEGG for our simulation purposes. Specifically, rule (a) in the definition is replaced with the following:
(a) We take the (days passed since 2017-05-08)-th integer in the result from the Random Integer Generator by random.org, where the minimum value is 1, the maximum value is 10, and the pregenerated randomization from 2017-05-08 is used (you'll need to switch to Advanced Mode to set this). Call it…Read more >
It's been almost a year since my large number site was published, and today I finally finished writing part 1 of my large number list! Originally it was going to end at 1,000,000, but I changed my mind at around the middle and end this part at 1,000 instead. This part of the list consists of 476 entries, of with 323 are major entries, and 153 are minor entries.
I will start working on part 2 soon, so get ready for it!Read more >
Recently, the wiki's article count had a rapid growth. Because of this, some of the categories where numbers of the same size group is located has grown quite large. In this blog post, I propose to divide these categories, an idea that has been discussed in the (possibly unofficial) Googology Wiki Discord server.
The categories we want to divide are the follows:
- Category:Up-arrow notation level (1,376 pages as of this
- First divide the pentation level and hexational level numbers to their own categories. We can divide the rest if it's not enough.
- Category:Tetrational array notation level (578 pages as of this
- Currently smaller than the above category, but will grow as articles for E^ numbers are created. A similar approach migh…
- Category:Up-arrow notation level (1,376 pages as of this writing)