In article <4pmkff$d8r@cnn.Princeton.EDU>, email@example.com (William Schneeberger) wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> > email@example.com (G. A. Edgar) writes: > >Actually, only finitely many numbers have names in the conventional > >system (found in the Oxford English Dictionary, for example). > >the "-illion" scheme does not go beyond "centillion". > > My advisor, Dr. John Conway, has come up with what he calls the > ultimate naming scheme for numbers, which includes numbers like one > millillion (10^3003 in American English, 10^6000 in British). I don't > remember many details; I might be able to get them if anyone is > interested. > -- > Will Schneeberger
He probably includes the numbers millionilion (10^3000003 in American English, 10^6000000 in British English) and billionillion (10^3000000003 and 10^6000000000000, respectively)?