We must hunt down the 2^2^5th human.

December 28, 2008 at 7:35 pm Leave a comment

2^2^1=4
2^2^2=16
2^2^3=256
2^2^4=65536
2^2^5=4,294,967,296
2^2^6=18,446,744,073,709,551,616 (18 quintillion)

Based on Wikipedia’s data, this person was born in the late 70s. “These people”, actually, because population fluctuates a bit. More precise data from the Census gives the year 1978.

Unfortunately, nobody noticed this huge milestone (hasn’t happened for thousands and thousands of years, may never happen again!), despite the celebrations every time we hit n*10^9 (y’know, every billion people). (side note: 10^10^1 is the UN’s lower bound for the final, stable world population after 2200.(Doublenote: that PDF goes on and on about its multiples of powers of an arbitrary physiological accident. Pfft.))

So, Mr. Binary is 30; if we find him soon, we can still catch his 2^5th birthday. But we’ll have to hurry. Words in this post: 2^(2^(2^2-1)-1)-1, according to WordPress.

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