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In this Blog post I am going to define a salad number That may or may not prove to be interesting.

1. Start with a relatively small number say 1 billion.
2. Apply the up arrow notation on 1 billion,1billion times too make (10^9)↑(10^9)10^9) or 1 billion followed by 1 billion up arrows 1 billion.
3. Call this number N and input it into the Ackermann function so A(N,N).
4. Produce out another number and call this N.
5. Input this into the Busy beaver function BB(N)=N.
6. Call this number N and repeat steps 1-5 again using this new number as a starting point.
7. Input this new number N into the Psi function to produce another number N.
8. Input this number into the fw+w (n) function to produce an even bigger number called N.
9. Input this new number N into the Busy Beaver function and produce out of it an even bigger number BB(N)=N.
10. Input the number defined in step 9 into the Busy Beaver function BB(N)=N.
11. Input this new number into the Foot function like so Foot(N)=N.
12. Repeat steps 1-11 using the number defined in step 11 as a starting point.
13. Input the number you get from doing step 12 into Rayos function to get Rayo(N)-N.
14. Input N into the Xi function and produce out another number call N.
15. Input this into Friedmans tree function to make Tree(N)=N.
16. Continue to input the N into the tree Function ,Tree(666) number of times.
17. Input this number into the Subcubic graph number function SCG(N)=N.
18. Now input N into the Fepsilon nought function or Fepsilon nought(N)=N
19. Repeat steps 1-18 Tree(3) times to using the number defined in step 18.
20. Input this number into the Busy Beaver function BB(N)=N.
21. Input this number into the Ackermann function
22. Repeat steps 1-21 Big Foot number of times using the number defined in step 21.
23. Input this number into the Busy Beaver function to produce a certain number N.
24. After that Repeat Steps 1-23 BB(G64) number of times using the number defined in step 23.
25. Repeat steos 1-24 BB(Loaders number) number of times using the output produced from step 24.
26. Repeat this process a grahams number of times.
27. Input the number you produced from step 26 into Rayos function. Rayo(N)=N.
28. Now you are finished.