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*cracks knuckles* So. In order to get to the highest possible number, we must first realize that there are different magnitudes of infinity. To see this, begin counting integers starting from 0. 1, 2, 3... so on to infinity. That is countably infinite. Now, count every Real Number starting from 0. ...but where do we go from there? The numbers between 0 and 1 are also infinite. Any number we try to start from would have a smaller number we skipped. This is uncountably infinite. The uncountably infinite set is larger than the countable one, as it contains the entire countable set, and then more numbers. Now if we take every possible number, positive, negative, real, and complex, and put them together into one line, we get an infinity called "Aleph Null" (AN is the abbreviation I will use). But we can get bigger than even AN. If we take sets of numbers and group them, like all numbers divisible by seven, and all numbers except 12, and then do that an infinite number of times.

@K1l, again we have actual mathematical symbols to represent values greater than infinity, AndorraBall actually someone managed to post it. If you have a machine that printed out an infinite amount of paper that said A or B, and A prints 99% of the time, while B prints 1%. Despite the fact that there’s infinite amount of paper A and B, there’s still more Paper A
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