This number is so big that if you took the universe and wrote one digit in every Planck volume (the smallest space possible), then shrunk the universe itself down to the space of a Planck volume, then used a second universe to continue, then shrunk it down as well, the amount of Planck-sized universes you would need wouldn’t be able to fit in the regular-sized universe.

And there are even bigger numbers out there.


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