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The multi million number is constructed in the following way you first start off with one million 1000,000 You raise 1000,000 to the power of itself. 1000,000^(1000,000) this comes to 10^6000000. You raise 10^6000000 to the power of itself once this comes to 10^(10^6.7781513 × 10^6000000 you take that number of which I have decided to call the sand universe number of which , the reciprocal is related to probability of running into an identical clone of yourself in less than one minute. You take the sand universe number and raise it to the power of itself to make an even bigger number. you then take that number of which I have not decided a name and raise it to the power of itself you repeat this process of taking the number and raising it to the power of itself 1000,000 times. This completes the 1st cycle now onto the 2nd cycle out of 3. You take the final number in the 1st cycle and perform the double up arrow operation on it MM1↑↑MM1 you then take that number and do the double up arrow operation on it once you've done that you repeat the process again and again. You have to do the process MM1 times or that ridiculously huge number you got after the 1st operation number of times. The 3rd cycle is a bit more obscure because now you have to use not double up arrows but MM2 up arrows so you write the 1st value in the 3rd cycle as MM2↑(MM2)MM2 or MM2 followed MM2 up arrows then MM2. You take that huge number and call it MM3 you take MM3 and make that the number of arrows between the MM3's like so MM3↑(MM3)MM3 and call that MM4. You repeat this process until you get to MMMM3 or MMth number in the cycle I call this MMN or multi million number. The multi million number is denoted as PS(1) this is going to be the 1st number in my planned gigantic list of numbers.

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