


^{1} Notation 199: 43,318,236,018,400,000 seconds (2.7 billion years) ^{2} Notation 200: 86,636,472,036,800,000 seconds (5.4 billion years) ^{3} Notation 201: 173,272,944,073,600,000 seconds (10.8 billions years) ^{4} Notation 202: 346,545,888,147,200,000 seconds (21.6 billion years) Discussion: The Fullness of Time. The first billion years of the universe becomes two billion years within the next notation, four at the next, and eight at the next. If time is imputed to be discrete and quantized, the aggregate of all notations must be added to determine the actual first eon. There are 31,556,926,000,000,000 seconds in an EON. That would seem to be between notations 198 and 199. But, if time is discrete, it would be the sum of every prior notation so it would come within the notations 197 to 198. That same logic would apply to the Age of the Universe in seconds. Notation 201 is 173,272,944,073,600,000 seconds or 10.8 billion years. The sum total of all notations from the Planck Time to the 201 notation is one Planck Time unit less than 173,272,944,073,600,000 seconds. We should round up! So, the universe today is within the earliest part of notation 201 using 13.8± billion years for the Age of the Universe. Discussion: How many seconds old is the universe? Somewhere around 435.48 quintillion seconds. Each day adds another 86,400 seconds. Each year adds approximately 31.55 million seconds. Basic math: There are 31.5 quintillion seconds in a billion years multiplied by 13.8 gives us our 435.48 quintillion years. Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 169 to 200+ the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 
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