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The Miner's Number, created by MinersHavenM43, is the estimative of ${\displaystyle \frac{1}{\sqrt[\pi]{\aleph}}}$ size of the Omniverse (if the number is in light milleniums).

The number's formula is:

${\displaystyle M_1 = }$1 followed by 1 zero ${\displaystyle (10)}$

${\displaystyle M_2 = }$1 followed by ${\displaystyle M_1 }$ zeros ${\displaystyle ( 10^{10} )}$

${\displaystyle M_3 = }$1 followed by ${\displaystyle M_2 }$ zeros ${\displaystyle ( 10^{{10}^{10}} )}$

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${\displaystyle M_{118} = }$1 followed by ${\displaystyle M_{117}}$ zeros

${\displaystyle M_{119} = }$1 followed by ${\displaystyle M_{118}}$ zeros)

${\displaystyle M_{120} = }$1 followed by ${\displaystyle M_{119}}$ zeros

${\displaystyle M_n = }$1 followed by ${\displaystyle M_{(n-1)}}$ zeros

Conclusion: Miner's Number = ${\displaystyle M_{120}}$

Also, the number of this functions grow very FAST. Only 3 steps to get more than a Googol (10100)

Only 4 steps to get more than a GOOGOLPLEX (10googol)