This is silly, but I sort of wondered.. What is the largest number that has been made, which is somehow related to the world and not just made to be as large as possible?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I was thinking:

Let A be the number of fundamental particles that exist in the universe.

Let B be the volume of the universe divided by the volume of the fundamental particle.

Let C be the the age of the universe divided by the smallest significant time-unit.

A^B^C should be all possible arrangements of all the matter in the universe, at all times?

I cant think of any larger number than that which has some "meaning" to it.

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# The largest number with meaning?

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