a googol

 

 

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googol

(1 followed by100 zero's)

 

also known as a love-length (see Lin-Len)

 

it is quite a mental effort to appreciate just how much time there is in 1 ^100 years

 

let's say the average time a person lives for is 100 years

 

100 is 1 ^2 years

(1 lifetime)

 

1000 = 1 ^3

(10 lifetimes)

 

10 000 = 1 ^4

(100 lifetimes)

 

100 000 = 1 ^5

(1000 lifetimes)

 

1 000 000 = 1 ^6

(10 000 lifetimes)

 

10 000 000= 1 ^7

(100 000 lifetimes)

 

100 000 000 = 1 ^8

(1 000 000 lifetimes)

 

1000 000 000 = 1^9

(10 000 000 lifetimes)

 

10 000 000 000 = 1 ^10

(this is how long our sun lasts)

 

100 000 000 000 = 1 ^11

(this is how long the galaxy, as we know it, lasts)

 

1 000 000 000 000 = 1 ^12

(10 000 000 000 lifetimes)

 

10 000 000 000 000 = 1 ^13

(100 000 000 000 lifetimes)

 

10 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 = 1 ^22

(one hundred trillion lifetimes and also the number of stars in the universe)

 

 

1 ^100 years = (100 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 lifetimes and how long the universe lasts)

 

what, you might think, would a person do with so much time on their hands?

 

well, there's nothing Googled beings like doing more, throughout a love-length, than bringing Soul Partners together and playing a part in bringing them to Fulfilment

 

it is fully expected that

1 ^11 Googoled beings will be colluding to bring an estimated 3, 4, or 5 ^11 Soul partners closer to Fulfilment this Undulation

 

now you begin to appreciate four things...

 

1

immortality has responsibilities, albeit of a wholly enjoyable nature

 

2

love is a mechanism that has has a life of its own

 

3

why Love has to become a natural trait

 

4

playing in a loving way can last forever

 

history

 

a nine year old boy came up with the word googol in 1938 when he was asked by his dad to say a word which described the biggest number he could imagine

 

it wasn't known at the time but, coincidentally?, it is also the number of years the universe lasts for

 

in 1938 science didn't know about anything that needed a number that big

 

since then science has discovered things that make a googol look like a fraction... see Here