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- by ampersand - 1/25/2007 - 12:07:03 pm v1- by ampersand - 1/25/2007 12:07:03 pm

ampersand1/25/2007 12:08:45 pm

sterile silence 'round here.

tim1/25/2007 12:36:49 pm

PAPER AIRPLANES!

fatribz1/25/2007 12:46:35 pm

so i thought about it and the 256x256x256x300x300 number i guess would stand for the amount of options you have for laying down any single pixel including placement and color, does that sound right? still havent looked into the actual number of possible draws..but it is gonna be fucking insanely huge rest assured. the goal of 10e is to make every possible draw right?

tim1/25/2007 1:13:15 pm

obviously we are dealing with some trifectal complexities.

ampersand1/25/2007 1:21:04 pm

yeah... i think it might be 256x256x256x300x300(300x300)= 135,895,449,600,000,000. the number of possible colors, times number of possible pixel placements for that color, times number of pixels possible to be colored. and just think... we're only 15694 from zero, not including duplicates...

fatribz1/25/2007 2:46:45 pm

in the naranjon-pointed study, a 32x32 grid with only black and white pixels has 1.8 X 10 to the 308 variations... which is 18000000000000000000...(307 zeros) so our case is gonna have some sorta insane amount o' zeros all over the galaxy!

i mean shit... a deck of 52 cards has 80,658,175,170,943,878,571,660,636,856,403,766,975,289,505,440,883,277,824,000,000,000,000 different ways to get ordered (52!)

i will find this large number soon enough, or atleast get the formula in terms of permutations and some sorta shazbot

i mean shit... a deck of 52 cards has 80,658,175,170,943,878,571,660,636,856,403,766,975,289,505,440,883,277,824,000,000,000,000 different ways to get ordered (52!)

i will find this large number soon enough, or atleast get the formula in terms of permutations and some sorta shazbot