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I want to ask a simple (and again classical) question:

What is the highest value of a number?

Many say it is Googleplex (if I remember right 10^10^1000)

but how can it be so? there is still possibility to

add one "1" after it, or is this just a question of

"sensible limitations of mathematical capabilitys"

(as some might say)?

The reason I wanted to ask this, is that I am allways been

rather bothered by the definition of "infinite"...

According to it, there is infinite amount of numbers,

e.g. -oo ...-5,-4,-3.-2,-1,01,2,3,4,5... oo (oo = infinite)

and between each numbers there are another

infinites,

e.g. -oo ...,0,1,1.1,1.2,1.3,1.4... oo

and even between them can be found more infinetes,

e.g. - oo ...,0,1,1.1,1.11,1.12,1.13,1.14... oo

and even between them are infinite amount of combinations...

So is it reasonable to ask the highest number (that would

be "near +/- oo", as you know) or should we better

to ask, what is the " most sensible" number to reach?