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Smallscale Universe 167 
Of the 200+ base2 notations from the Planck base units to this day, 67± notations are within the small scale. The background story. 
Singularity=0 
Base Units 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
Planck.Time 
5.391×10^{44} (s) 
1.078×10^{−43} (s) 
2.156×10^{−43} (s) 
4.312×10^{−43} (s) 
8.625×10^{−43} (s) 
1.725×10^{−42} (s) 
3.450×10^{−42} (s) 
Planck.Length 
1.6161×10^{35}.(m) 
3.2323×10^{35}.(m) 
6.4647×10^{35}.(m) 
1.2929×10^{34}.(m) 
2.5859×10^{34}.(m) 
5.1718×10^{34}.(m) 
1.0343×10^{33}m 
Planck.Mass 
2.1765×10^{8}.(kg) 
4.3530×10^{8}.(kg) 
8.7060×10^{8}.(kg) 
1.7412×10^{7} (kg) 
3.4824×10^{7}.(kg) 
6.9648×10^{7}.(kg) 
1.3929×10^{6}.(kg) 
Planck.Charge 
1.8755×10^{18} (C) 
3.7511×10^{18} (C) 
7.5023×10^{18} (C) 
1.5004×10^{17} (C) 
3.0009×10^{17}.(C) 
6.0019×10^{17}.(C) 
1.2003×10^{16}.(C) 
Planck.Temp 
1.4168×10^{32} (K) 
4.4084×10^{27} (K) 
8.816×10^{27} (K) 
1.763×10^{26} (K) 
1.763×10^{26} (K) 
3.526×10^{26} (K) 
7.053×10^{26} (K) 
Base2 Vertices (×2) 
1 
1 
2 
4 
8 
16 
Scaling Vertices (×8) 
1 
8 
64 
512 
4096 
32768 
Speed of light (m/sec) 
299,791,692.172 
299,792,155.9 
299,790,300.98 
299,792,613.83 
299,792,613.837 
299,792,613.83 
Discussion: Our first horizontal scrolling of the Big Board – little universe Project, here we continue the process of encapsulating everything, everywhere in the universe, throughout all time. Though this chart suggests that spacetimemassenergytemperature are necessarily and inextricably related, the challenge of this model is to demonstrate how this is so. Our work is quite at odds with the big bang theory (bbt), yet we believe every formula and relation defined throughout the bbt history can also be found within our emerging model and view of the universe. To broaden its perspective, we will also attempt to examine as many transitions as possible between the finiteinfinite, especially the role of pi, projective geometries, bifurcation theory, the dimensionless constants, and number theory.
Key concept: Planck Temperature has been moved to the top of the chart. One of the working assumptions of the project is that everything starts most simply and complexity comes later, and that spaceandtime are finite and derivative. Of course, this logic will be further discussed.
Key questions: What mathematics are at work? The simple answer is, “All mathematics are at work here. No formula is exempt. And, eventually every formula will be in some way tied back to this model.” Notwithstanding, here is our first, introductory post about numbers.
Speed of Light: A simple calculation is to divide the Planck Length by Planck Time. Using just the units displayed above, the result is 299,777,406.78 m/sec. Using 3.23239/1.078212 the result is 2.99791692172 or 299,791,692.172 m/sec. These simple results, first posted on May 3, 2016, will be tweaked. Of course, the result of experimental measurement is 299,792,458 meters/second in a vacuum. Within notation 3, it is 1.29295 divided by 4.312848 which equals 299,790,300.98. There is much more to come!
Key words, primary concepts, and links to references for these ten notations:
1. Geometries: Projective, Euclidean, differential (Riemannian, Lie groups, etc), discrete and combinatorial, algebraic and transformational…
2. The PreMeasureable Structure of Matter: Might we conclude that this SmallScale Universe is the structure that holds things together? Is it a redefinition of the ether? Is it MIT Frank Wilczek’s grid?
3. Renormalization(Scale Invariance https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scale_invariance), Universality, isotropy, homogeneity: Is it possible that everythingeverywhere in the universe shares the first 67 notations, and uniquely evolves with the characteristics from the 67th to 134th notations, and begins to manifest in each of the largescale notations, unfolding uniquely in the 201st as “the given within the current moment”?
FiniteInfinite: Studied throughout the history of humanity, this model provides a basis for a thorough reexamination of the concepts, mathematics and principles that operate between the two. Already there are several posts that open these reflections: (1) What is finite? And, what is truly infinite? and (2) FiniteInfinite reflections.
Process: Examples of Horizontal Scrolling Horizontal Scrolling Example #1, #2, #3 and #4 (pop up windows).
Design thoughts:
1. The areas above and below the numbers and discussions could also be used for graphics that are related to these notations. Perhaps a color background could reflect its temperature in its part of the universe.
2. Perhaps the area above the “Big Boardlittle universe” title (underlined) can be used for related graphics and color.
3. This “one page” board ideally would be a wiki page where schools and universities and the public could collaborate, update and add data.
4. Base2 notation from the five Planck Base Units to their maximums is still earlystage work. We’ll be adding dimensionless constants. Could this table be a spreadsheet? April 27, 2016: More updating to come.
Help wanted: For every notation, we would like to have an expert and a team. Within this group of notations, we especially seek help from people who can help us reenact Max Planck’s thinking and the veracity of each formulation of the Planck base units.
Can you help us? 

7 to 12
Notice the Scaling Vertices are already over 8 Million at the 12th notation 
7 
8 
9 
<Doublings>

10 
11 
12 
6.900556×10^{42}s 
1.380111×10^{41}s 
2.760222×10^{41}s 
T(s) 
5.52044×10^{41}s 
1.10408×10^{40}s 
2.20817×10^{40}s 
2.06873×10^{33}m 
4.13747×10^{33}m 
8.274943×10^{33}m 
L(m) 
1.654988×10^{32}m 
3.309977×10^{32}m 
6.619955×10^{32}m 
2.78593×10 ^{6}kg 
5.57186×10^{6}kg 
1.11437×10 ^{5}kg 
M(kg) 
2.22874×10 ^{5}kg 
4.45749×10^{5}kg 
8.91498×10^{5}kg 
2.400762×10^{16}C 
4.801525×10^{16}C 
9.603051×10^{16}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.920610×10^{15}C 
3.841220×10^{15}C 
7.682441×10^{15}C 
2.821431×10^{25}K 
5.642862×10^{25}K 
1.128572×10^{24}K 
T(Kelvin) 
2.257145×10^{24}K 
4.514290×10^{24}K 
9.028580×10^{24}K 
32 
64 
128 
B2 Vertices 
256 
512 
1024 
262,144 
2,097,152 
16,777,216 
ScalingV 
134,217,728 
1,073,741,824 
8,589,934,592 
299,791,784.89 
299,792,552.918 
299,792,661.605 
Light m/sec 
299,792,770.14 
299,794,398.957 
299,793,720.592 
Discussion: This fledgling model of the universe, to gain a little respect, will be required to incorporate the extensive work that has gone into the parametrization of ΛCDM (Lambda cold dark matter) or LambdaCDM model. To begin that process, people have been challenged to find those formulas embedded within this model.
Speed of Light: These simple calculations are listed to challenge us to think of the processes and relations between numbers. This ratio, the notational multiples of the Planck Length to Planck Time, is very basic. Again, the experimental measurement is 299,792,458 meters/second in a vacuum. Within notation 7, the simple result of the numbers are given above. 299,791,784.89 m/s. Then variations are still difficult to discern. We will attempt to find the resolution of Planck Length and Planck Time carried out eight decimal places each and do recalculations.
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“Light: The ratio between Planck Time/Planck Length along all 201+ base2 exponentiations from the Planck base units.”
“Let there be light! https://bbludata.wordpress.com/1204/ Observe the 10th row. Planck Length/Planck Time ratio along 201+ notations!”
“Help interpret the math?!? https://bbludata.wordpress.com/1204/ Background: In early May, some among us began asking the question, “Could the Big Bang theory implode?” Others made projects, “Perhaps we might start a movement to blow up the big bang. It’s inherent nihilism is making a mess of this little world.” May 2016
Key observation: These five Planck base units are intimately woven. There are hundreds of calculations to test between them.
Prediction: All the dimensionless constants will all be discerned among those calculations! The fabric of life is just beginning to be woven. The numbers are so small, meaning has yet to be imputed to them. Here it seems that we are in the domain of ontology and ontological designing, pointfree or incidence geometries, and systems philosophy.
Key Questions: Do these notations give the ontological studies a possible domain within which to work? Is there also a place within these notations for the mind? (This discussion/observations/questions inquiry was begun on May 6, 2016. It is “to be continued.”)
Key words: (primary concepts and links to references for these six notations) What about the placement of the Planck temperature? Do the calculations of Max Planck warrant that it be placed with the others at bottom of the chart?
Open: Your questions and comments are always welcomed.
Help wanted: For every notation, we would like to have an expert and a team. Within this group of notations, we seek help from those people expert in combinatorics, cellular automaton, cubic close packing, bifurcation theory (with Mitchell Feigenbaum’s constants), the Langlands program, mereotopology and pointfree geometry (A.N. Whitehead, Harvard, 1929), the 80known binary operations, and scalar field theory. Can you help us? 

13 to 18
The number of Scaling Vertices could now support any and all geometries. 
13 
14 
15 
<Steps>

16 
17 
18 
4.416356×10^{40}s 
8.832712×10^{40}s 
1.766542×10^{39}s 
T(seconds) 
3.53085×10^{39}s 
7.06617×10^{39}s 
1.413234×10^{38}s 
1.323991×10^{31}m 
2.647982×10^{31}m 
5.295964×10^{31}m 
L(meters) 
1.059192×10^{30}m 
2.118385×10^{30}m 
4.236771×10^{30}m 
1.782996×10^{4}kg 
3.565993×10^{4}kg 
7.131987×10^{4}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.426397×10^{3}kg 
2.852795×10^{3}kg 
5.705590×10^{3}kg 
1.53648×10^{14}C 
3.07297×10^{14}C 
6.14595×10^{14}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.229190×10^{13}C 
2.458381×10^{13}C 
4.916762×10^{13}C 
1.805716×10^{23}K 
3.611432×10^{23}K 
7.222864×10^{23}K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.444572×10^{22}K 
2.889145×10^{22}K 
5.778291×10^{22}K 
2048 
4096 
8192 
B2Vertices 
16,384 
32,768 
65,536 
68,719,476,736 
549,755,813,888 
4.3980465×10^{12} 
ScalingV 
3.5184372×10^{13} 
2.8147497×10^{14} 
2.2517998×10^{15} 
299,792,634.47 
299,792,634.47 
299,792,702.353 
Light m/sec 
299,982,157.27 
299,792,532.58 
299,792,603.348 
Discussion: Since the first Big Boardlittle universe in December 2011, there have been many other charts and posts to begin to discern the meaning and value of these all these numbers. One of the simplest charts was entitled, Universe Table, The Human Scale. In this chart the Small Scale and Large Scale are compressed so most of the entries represent as many as ten notations. Within the small scale, the first group of ten are labelled “Forms” after Plato’s work in the Timeaus. The next group of ten are labelled “Ousia” after Aristotle’s work on the nature of structure.
Within another posting about numbers, the place of Pi and bifurcation theory are raised. It is within the first ten notations, this work may well be applied and developed. It could also include combinatorics, cellular automaton, cubic close packing, bifurcation theory, the Langlands program, mereotopology and pointfree geometry (A.N. Whitehead, Harvard, 1929), the 80known binary operations, and scalar field theory.
Cellular Automaton. Work being done within computer science, its logic and functions, are entirely analogous to mathematical logic, functions, and binary operations. Our studies, particularly of Steve Wolfram’s New Kind of Science, is being pursued with great expectations that some of this work uniquely applies to the first tentotwenty notations.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: At last count, Pi has been computed out to over 12.1 trillion digits that form no discernible pattern and appear to be nonending. It seems that pi holds part of the secret about the random, chaotic, statistical nature of things within quantum mechanics. The other is in the gap between the five tetrahedral cluster which is called a pentastar until a better name is posted.
Key words: Primary concepts and links to references for these six notationsOne of the supporting posts for these initial 67 notations asks the question, “Are the first 67 notations key missing links?”>Are the first 67 notations key missing links?”
Help: Complete numbers of scaling vertices: 4398046511104, 35184372088832, 281474976710656; 2,251,799,813,685,248 (2.2 quadrillion)
Open: Updated, May 7, 2016, Much more work to come. 

19 to 24
By the 20th notation there are over a quintillion scaling vertices. 
19 
20 
21 
<Sets>

22 
23 
24 
2.826468×10^{38}s 
5.653293×10^{38}s 
1.130658×10^{37}s 
T(seconds) 
2.261317×10^{37}s 
4.522263×10^{37}s 
9.045269×10^{37}s 
8.473542×10^{30}m 
1.694708×10^{29}m 
3.389416×10^{29}m 
Length(m) 
6.778833×10^{29}m 
1.355766×10^{28}m 
2.711533×10^{28}m 
1.141118×10^{2}kg 
2.282236×10^{2}kg 
4.564472×10^{2}_kg 
M(kilograms) 
9.128944×10^{2}kg 
1.825788×10^{1}kg 
3.651577×10^{1}kg 
9.8335245×10^{13}C 
1.9667049×10^{12}C 
3.9334098×10^{12}C 
C(Coulombs) 
7.866819×10^{12}C 
1.573363×10^{11}C 
3.146727×10^{11}C 
1.155658×10^{21}K 
2.311316×10^{21}K 
4.622633×10^{21}K 
Temp(Kelvin) 
9.245266×10^{21}K 
1.849053×10^{20}K 
3.698106×10^{20}K 
131,072 
262,144 
524,288 
B2_Doublings 
1,048,576 
2097152 
4194304 
1.8014399×10^{16} 
1.4411519×10^{17} 
1.1529215×10^{18} 
ScalingV 
9.223372×10^{18} 
7.378697×10^{19} 
5.902958×10^{20} 
299,792,603.348 
299,773,600.97 
299,773,760.058 
Light m/sec 
299,773,671.714 
299,798,132.04 
299,773,616.462 
Discussion: A simple logic suggests that base8 expansion, scaling vertices, build upon the prior notation. Nothing goes away. It is hypostatized or imputed to be the very structure of the universe that everything shares. The time within each notation could be understood to be the speed by which interactions take place. It is a duration that is infrastructure, not pastpresentorfuture. Within this definition, these would be pointfree vertices.
Note: https://www.mathsisfun.com/calculatorprecision.html
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: What is sleep? Where is sleep? Why do living things sleep? The suspicion is that sleep is within the smallscale universe. Sleep does not activate any brain neurons (4 microns to 100 microns or notations 97 to 102), atoms or particles. More to come. This is a placeholder and today is May 8, 2016.
Key words, primary concepts, and links to references for these ten notations: Can we begin to explore the finiteinfinite relation before we get too far away from notation #1. Can we assume that the simple mathematical continuity established by base2 is meaningful? Is it a deep part of the structure of the universe? Much more work to come.
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 19 to 24 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

< 25 to 30 >
By the 30th notation the universe weighs about 50 pounds (23.7 kilograms)! 
25 
26 
27 
←Domains→ 
28 
29 
30 
1.8090539×10^{36}s 
3.6181079×10^{36}s 
7.2362158×10^{36}s 
T(seconds) 
1.4472431×10^{35}s 
2.8944863×10^{35}s 
5.7889726×10^{35}s 
5.423067×10^{28}m 
1.084613×10^{27}m 
2.169226×10^{27}m 
L(meters) 
4.338453×10^{27}m 
8.676907×10^{27}m 
1.735381×10^{26}m 
7.30315×10^{1}kg 
1.460631 kg 
2.92126 kg 
M(kilograms) 
5.84252 kg 
11.685 kg 
23.37 kg 
6.29345510^{11}C 
1.25869×10^{10}C 
2.51738×10^{10}C 
C(Coulombs) 
5.0347×10^{10}C 
1.0069×10^{9}C 
2.0139×10^{9}C 
7.396213×10^{20}K 
1.479242×10^{19}K 
2.9584853×10^{19}K 
T(Kelvin) 
5.916970×10^{19}K 
1.183394×10^{18}K 
2.366788×10^{18}K 
8,388,608 
16,777,216 
33,554,432 
B2Vertices 
67,108,864 
134,217,728 
268,435,456 
4.722366×10^{21} 
3.777893×10^{22} 
3.0223145×10^{23} 
ScalingV 
2.4178516×10^{24} 
1.9342813×10^{25} 
1.547425×10^{26} 
299,792,603.34 
299,773,600.97 
299,773,760.05 
Light m/sec 
299,773,671.71 
299,798,132.04 
299,773,616.46 
Discussion: The speed of light calculations are still very earlystage work. The experimental measurement is 299,792,458 meters/second in a vacuum. Within notations 2530, simple results are given (above). To obtain more precise information, the next step will be to carry each out ten decimal places, and if that begins to suggest something, we will go out 100 places, and keep doing recalculations. Perhaps we’ll begin to see some patterns. Perhaps we’ll begin see dimensionless constants within those calculations.
Key questions:
Key words: Finiteinfinite: Leibniz–Clarke correspondence: In the debate between Sir Isaac Newton (through Samuel Clarke), we side with the relational view of Leibniz. The Infinite appears to defined by continuity, symmetry and harmony, the perfections of order, relations, and dynamics. Of course, continuity equations are established between the Planck base units and their respective numbers at the Age of the Universe today and the Observable Universe today. We have imputed geometries from the first notations. For more, see the posting, Numbers: On Constructing the Universe From Scratch. These geometries create simple symmetries, broken symmetries, and a multiplicity of symmetry groups. At some point within the small scale universe, the symmetry have enough space and time to interact and cause dynamical moments. Within our Universe Table and UniverseView, Systems begins at notation 50.
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 25 to 30 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

< 31 to 36 >
By the 36th notation the universe weighs 3297.4238 pounds! 
31 
32 
33 
←Steps→ 
34 
35 
36 
1.157794×10^{34}s 
2.315589×10^{34}s 
4.631178×10^{34}s 
T(seconds) 
9.262356×10^{34}s 
1.852471×10^{33}s 
3.704942×10^{33}s 
3.470762×10^{26}m 
6.941525×10^{26}m 
1.388305×10^{25}m 
L(meters) 
2.77661×10^{25}m 
5.55322×10^{25}m 
1.110644×10^{24}m 
46.79kg/(103lbs) 
93.48039_kg 
186.9607851_kg 
M(kilograms) 
373.92157_kg 
747.84314_kg 
1.49568×10^{3}kg 
4.0278116×10^{9}C 
8.05562329×10^{9}C 
1.6111246×10^{8}C 
C(Coulombs) 
3.2222493×10^{8}C 
6.4444986×10^{8}C 
1.2888997×10^{7}C 
4.733576×10^{18}K 
9.467153×10^{18}K 
1.89343×10^{17}K 
T(Kelvin) 
3.78686×10^{17}K 
7.57372×10^{17}K 
1.51474×10^{16}K 
536,870,912 
1,073,741,824 
2,147,483,648 
B2Vertices 
4,294,967,296 
8,589,934,592 
17,179,869,184 
1.23794×10^{27} 
9.9035203×10^{27} 
7.9228163×10^{28} 
ScalingV 
6.338253×10^{29} 
4.0564819×10^{31} 
3.2451855×10^{32} 
299,773,655.822 
299,773,645.85 
299,773,652.77 
Light m/sec 
299,773,671.71 
299,773,655.878 
299,773,655.18 
Discussion: The mass of the universe has gone from the very small side of exponential notation to the very large side of exponential notation. Yet, to do computations, the whole numbers will be preserved here in kilograms and occasionally also in pounds. Notice in notation 26 it is 1.495.68628 kilograms,
notation 30, it is 23.37 kg and finally in the 31st notation a 46.79 kilograms or about 103 pounds. There is a certain kind of mass within all those vertices aggregating as pure forms and structures, and an ideal substances. Much more to come, May 16, 2016.Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: Only the Human Scale version of the Universe Table or Universe Chart is done. The small scale and large scale are summarized in blocks of no more than ten notations. The first ten are Forms or the Eidos echoing Plato. The next ten are Structure or Ousia, echoing Aristotle. Synthesizing the two, the next ten notations have been labelled Substances knowing full well that it would be another 40 to 50 notations before anything that could be defined as physical would emerge (Notations 6569).So mathematically there are at least 60 notations to begin to define with pure math, geometry, logic, and patience.Key words, primary concepts, and links to references for this group of notations: Multistage modeling and mathematics. The Journal of Multistage ModelingNotation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 31 to 36 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

< 37 to 42 >
Now there are over one trillion simple base2 vertices. 
37 
38 
39 
←Steps→ 
40 
41 
42 
7.409885×10^{33}s 
1.481977×10^{32}s 
2.963954×10^{32}s 
T(seconds) 
5.927908×10^{32}s 
1.185581×10^{31}s 
2.371163×10^{31}s 
2.221288×10^{24}m 
4.442576×10^{24}m 
8.885153×10^{24}m 
L(meters) 
1.7770306×10^{23}m 
3.5540612×10^{23}m 
7.1081226×10^{23}m 
2.991372×10^{3}kg 
5.982745×10^{3}kg 
1.196549×10^{4}kg 
M(kilograms) 
2.393098×10^{4}kg 
4.786196×10^{4}kg 
9.572392×10^{4}kg 
2.577799×10^{7}C 
5.155598×10^{7}C 
1.031119×10^{6}C 
C(Coulombs) 
2.062239×10^{6}C 
4.124479×10^{6}C 
8.248958×10^{6}C 
3.0294889×10^{16}K 
6.0589779×10^{16}K 
1.2117955×10^{15}K 
T(Kelvin) 
2.42359×10^{15}K 
4.84718×10^{15}K 
9.69436×10^{15}K 
34,359,738,368 
68,719,476,736 
137,438,953,472 
B2Vertices 
274,877,906,944 
549,755,813,888 
1,099,511,627,776 
2.5961484×10^{33} 
2.0769187×10^{34} 
1.661535×10^{35} 
ScalingV 
1.329228×10^{36} 
1.0633824×10^{37} 
8.5070592×10^{37} 
Discussion: Kilograms (pounds) 2991.37256, 5982.74512; 11,965.49024; 23,930.98048;
47,861.96096; 95,723.92192 (211,035.123 lbs.)Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:Key words, primary concepts, and links to references for these ten notations: There is much more to come!Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 37 to 42 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

< 43 to 48 >
The time and length are still so small and short, for most of us, it is less than meaningful. 
43 
44 
45 
←Steps→ 
46 
47 
48 
4.742326×10^{31}s 
9.484652×10^{31}s 
1.896930×10^{30}s 
T(seconds) 
3.793861×10^{30}s 
7.587722×10^{30}s 
1.517544×10^{29}s 
1.421624×10^{22}m 
2.843249×10^{22}m 
5.686498×10^{22}m 
L(meters) 
1.137299×10^{21}m 
2.274599×10^{21}m 
4.5491984×10^{21}m 
1.914478×10^{5}kg 
3.828956×10^{5}kg 
7.657913×10^{5}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.531582×10^{6}kg 
3.06316×10^{6}kg 
6.12633×10^{6}kg 
1.649791×10^{5}C 
3.299583×10^{5}C 
6.599166×10^{5}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.31983×10^{4}C 
2.63966×10^{4}C 
5.27933×10^{4}C 
1.93887×10^{14}K 
3.87774×10^{14}K 
7.75549×10^{14}K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.55109×10^{13}K 
3.102196×10^{13}K 
6.204393×10^{13}K 
2.1990232×10^{12} 
4.3980465×10^{12} 
8.796093×10^{12} 
B2Vertices 
1.7592186×10^{13} 
3.5184372×10^{13} 
7.0368744×10^{13} 
6.8056473×10^{38} 
5.4445179×10^{39} 
4.3556143×10^{40} 
ScalingV 
3.4844914×10^{41} 
2.7875931×10^{42} 
2.2300745×10^{43} 
Discussion:Kilograms (95,723.92192) 191447.84384, 382895.68768, 765791.37536, 1531582.75072, 3063165.50144, 6,126,331.00288 (13,506,247.91788274 pounds or about 6753.12 US tons)
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
1. cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 43 to 48 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 


< 49to54 >
Our guess is that within this domain, groups and sets become systems. 
49 
50 
51 
←Steps→ 
52 
53 
54 
3.03508889×10^{29}s 
6.0701777×10^{29}s 
1.2140355×10^{28}s 
T(seconds) 
2.4280711×10^{28}s 
4.8561422×10^{28}s 
9.7122844×10^{28}s 
9.098396×10^{21}m 
1.819679×10^{20}m 
3.639358×10^{20}m 
L(meters) 
7.278717×10^{20}m 
1.455743×10^{19}m 
2.91148×10^{19}m 
1.225266×10^{7}kg 
2.450532×10^{7}kg 
4.901064×10^{7}kg 
M(kilograms) 
9.802129×10^{7}kg 
1.960425×10^{8}kg 
3.920851×10^{8}kg 
1.055866×10^{3}C 
2.111733×10^{3}C 
4.223466×10^{3}C 
C(Coulombs) 
8.44693×10^{3}C 
1.68938×10^{2}C 
3.37877×10^{2}C 
1.2408×10^{12}K 
2.48175×10^{12}K 
4.9635×10^{12}K 
T(Kelvin) 
9.9270×10^{12}K 
1.98540×10^{11}K 
3.97081×10^{11}K 
1.4073749×10^{14} 
2.8147498×10^{14} 
5.6294995×10^{14} 
B2Vertices 
1.1258999×10^{15} 
2.2517998×10^{15} 
4.5035996×10^{15} 
1.7840596×10^{44} 
1.4272477×10^{45} 
1.1417982×10^{46} 
ScalingV 
9.1343852×10^{46} 
7.3075082×10^{47} 
5.8460065×10^{48} 
Discussion about Mass and kilograms::
49…12252662.00576
50…24505324.01152
51…49010648.02304
52…98021296.04608
53…196042592.09216
54…392085184.18432Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
Container, cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step…Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 49 to 54 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

< 55to60 >
At the 58th notation under charge (Coulombs) the value is just over 1. 
55 
56 
57 
←Steps→ 
58 
59 
60 
1.9424568×10^{27}s 
3.8849137×10^{27}s 
7.7698275×10^{27}s 
T(seconds) 
1.55396551×10^{26}s 
3.10793103×10^{26}s 
6.215862×10^{26}s 
5.82297×10^{19}m 
1.16459×10^{18}m 
2.32918×10^{18}m 
L(meters) 
4.65837×10^{18}m 
9.31675×10^{18}m 
1.863351×10^{17}m 
7.841670×10^{8}kg 
1.568340×10^{9}kg 
3.136681×10^{9}kg 
M(kilograms) 
6.27336×10^{9}kg 
1.25467×10^{10}kg 
2.50934×10^{10}kg 
6.7575465×10^{2}C 
1.3515093×10^{1}C 
2.7030186×10^{1}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.0812074 C 
2.1624149 C 
4.3248298 C 

7.94162×10^{11}K 
1.58832×10^{10}K 
3.1766 ×10^{10}K 
T(Kelvin) 
6.3532×10^{10}K 
1.27065×10^{9}K 
2.54131×10^{9}K 
9.007199×1015×10^{15} 
1.8014398×10^{16} 
3.6028797×10^{16} 
B2Vertices 
7.2057594×10^{16} 
1.4411518×10^{17} 
2.8823037×10^{17} 
4.6768052×10^{49} 
3.7414441×10^{50} 
2.9931553×10^{51} 
ScalingV 
2.39452428×10^{52} 
1.91561942×10^{53} 
1.5324955×10^{54} 
Discussion: Within notation 55, the mass is now over one billion pounds (1,728,799,734.88 lbs). 55…784170368.36864
56…1568340736.73728
57…3136681473.47456
58…6273362946.94912
59…12546725893.89824
60…25093451787.79648Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
1. cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or stepNotation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 55 to 60 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

61to66
Finally at the 66th notation the size may be large enough for elements of particle physics. 
61 
62 
63 
←Steps→ 
64 
65 
66 
1.2431724×10^{25}s 
2.4863448×10^{25}s 
4.9726896×10^{25}s 
T(seconds) 
9.945379×10^{25}s 
1.989075×10^{24}s 
3.978151×10^{24}s 
3.726703×10^{17}m 
7.453406×10^{17}m 
1.490681×10^{16}m 
L(meters) 
2.981362×10^{16}m 
5.962725×10^{16}m 
1.19254×10^{15}m 
5.01869×10^{10}kg 
1.00373×10^{11}kg 
2.00747×10^{11}kg 
M(kilograms) 
4.01495×10^{11}kg 
8.02990×10^{11}kg 
1.60598×10^{12}kg 
4.3248298_C 
8.6496596_C 
17.299319_C 
C(Coulombs) 
34.59863_C 
69.19727_C 
138.3945_C 
5.08263×10^{9}K 
1.01652×10^{8}K 
2.03305×10^{8}K 
T(Kelvin) 
4.06611×10^{8}K 
8.13222×10^{8}K 
1.62644×10^{–}K 
5.7646075×10^{17} 
1.1529215×10^{18} 
2.305843×10^{18} 
B2Vertices 
4.611686×10^{18} 
9.223372×10^{18} 
1.8446744×10^{19} 
1.2259964×10^{55} 
9.8079715×10^{55} 
7.8463772×10^{56} 
ScalingV 
6.2771017×10^{57} 
5.0216814×10^{58} 
4.0173451×10^{59} 
Discussion:
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
1. cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 61 to 66 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

67to72
Transitions from the Small Scale to the Human Scale 
67 
68 
69 
←Steps→ 
70 
71 
72 
7.95630×10^{24}s 
1.59126×10^{23}s 
3.18252×10^{23}s 
T(seconds) 
6.36504×10^{23}s 
1.273008×10^{22}s 
2.546017×10^{22}s 
2.38509×10^{17}m 
4.77018×10^{17}m 
9.54036×10^{16}m 
L(meters) 
1.90807×10^{16}m 
3.81614×10^{16}m 
7.6322×10^{14}m 
3.211962×10^{12}kg 
6.423923×10^{12}kg 
1.284784×10^{13}kg 
M(kilograms) 
2.569569×10^{13}kg 
5.139138×10^{13}kg 
1.027827×10^{14}kg 
276.78910_C 
553.57821_C 
1.107156×10^{3}C 
C(Coulombs) 
2.214312×10^{3}C 
4.428625×10^{3}C 
8.857251×10^{3}C 
3.25288×10^{7}K 
6.50576×10^{7}K 
1.301152×10^{6}K 
T(Kelvin) 
2.602304×10^{6}K 
5.204608×10^{6}K 
1.04092164×10^{5}K 
3.6893488×10^{19} 
7.3786976×10^{19} 
1.4757395×10^{20} 
B2Vertices 
2.9514791×10^{20} 
5.9029581×10^{20} 
1.1805916×10^{21} 
3.2138761×10^{60} 
2.5711009×10^{61} 
2.0568806×10^{62} 
ScalingV 
1.6455046×10^{63 } 
1.3164036×10^{64} 
1.0531229×10^{65} 
Discussion:
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
Link to Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling: From notations 67 to 72 the actual number of vertices can be accessed by clicking here, the beginning of the Human Scale and end of the smallscale universe.
Notes and references: 


73to78
Within these notations questions will be raised about periodicity and frequencies. 
73 
74 
75 
←Steps→ 
76 
77 
78 
5.09203×10^{22}s 
1.01841×10^{21}s 
2.0368×10^{21}s 
T(s) 
4.0736×10^{21}s 
8.1472×10^{21}s 
1.6294×10^{20}s 
1.5264×10^{13}m 
3.0529×10^{13}m 
6.1058×10^{13}m 
L(m) 
1.2211×10^{12}m 
2.4423×10^{12}m 
4.8846×10^{12}m 
2.0556×10^{14}kg 
4.1113×10^{14}kg 
8.2226×10^{14}kg 
M(kg) 
1.6445×10^{15}kg 
3.2890×10^{15}kg 
6.5780×10^{15}kg 
1.7714×10^{4}C 
3.5429×10^{4}C 
7.0858×10^{4}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.4171×10^{5}C 
2.8343×10^{5}C 
5.6686×10^{5}C 
2.0818×10^{5}K 
4.1636×10^{5}K 
8.3273×10^{5}K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.6654×10^{4}K 
3.3309×10^{4}K 
6.6619×10^{4}K 
2.36118×10^{21} 
4.72236×10^{21} 
9.44473×10^{21} 
B2Vertices 
1.888946×10^{22} 
3.777893×10^{22} 
7.555786×10^{22} 
8.42498×10^{65} 
6.73998×10^{66} 
5.39198×10^{67} 
ScalingV 
4.313×10^{68 } 
3.450×10^{69} 
2.760×10^{70} 

79 to 84
Containers for all the elements of the Periodic Table begin to manifest. 
79 
80 
81 
<Steps>

82 
83 
84 
3.2589×10^{20}s 
6.5178×10^{20}s 
1.30356×10^{19}s 
T(seconds) 
2.6071×10^{19}s 
5.2142×10^{19}s 
1.0428×10^{18}s 
9.7693×10^{12}m 
1.9538×10^{11}m 
3.9077×10^{11}m 
L(meters) 
7.8154×10^{11}m 
1.5630×10^{10}m 
3.12618×10^{10}m 
1.3156×10^{16}kg 
2.6312×10^{16}kg 
5.2624×10^{16}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.0524×10^{17}kg 
2.1049×10^{17}kg 
4.20998×10^{17}kg 
1.1337×10^{6}C 
2.2674×10^{6}C 
4.5349×10^{6}C 
C(Coulombs) 
9.0698×10^{6}C 
1.8139×10^{7}C 
3.6279×10^{8}C 
1.33238×10^{3}K 
2.66476×10^{3}K 
5.32953×10^{3}K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.0659×10^{2}K 
2.1318×10^{2}K 
4.2636×10^{2}K 
1.51115×10^{23} 
3.0223×10^{23} 
6.0446×10^{23} 
B2Vertices 
1.20892×10^{24} 
2.41785×10^{24} 
4.83570×10^{24} 
2.2085×10^{71} 
1.7668×10^{72} 
1.4134×10^{73} 
ScalingV 
1.1307×10^{74} 
9.046×10^{74} 
7.237×10^{75} 

85 to 90
Now all the elements of the Periodic Table have a container. 
85 
86 
87 
<Steps>

88 
89 
90 
2.0856×10^{18}s 
4.1713×10^{18}s 
8.3427×10^{18}s 
T(seconds) 
1.6685×10^{17}s 
3.3371×10^{17}s 
6.6742×10^{17}s 
6.25237×10^{10}m 
1.2547×10^{9}m 
2.500×10^{9}m 
L(meters) 
5.000×10^{9}m 
1.000×10^{8} s 
2.0000×10^{8}m 
8.4199×10^{17}kg 
1.6839×10^{18}kg 
3.3679×10^{18}kg 
M(kilograms) 
6.7359×10^{18}kg 
1.3471×10^{19}kg 
2.6943×10^{19}kg 
7.2558×10^{7}C 
1.4511×10^{8}C 
2.9023×10^{8}C 
C(Coulombs) 
5.8046×10^{8}C 
1.1609×10^{9}C 
2.3218×10^{9}C 
.00088527 K 
.0017054 K 
.0034109 K 
T(Kelvin) 
.0068218 K 
.0136430 K 
.0272872 K 
9.6714×10^{24} 
1.9342×10^{25} 
3.8685×10^{25} 
B2Vertices 
7.73712×10^{25} 
1.54742×10^{26} 
3.09485×10^{26} 
5.7896×10^{76} 
4.6316×10^{77} 
3.7053×10^{78} 
ScalingV 
2.9642×10^{79} 
2.3714×10^{80 } 
1.8971×10^{81} 
Discussion: The smallest moment of measurable time by machines in a laboratory is manifests within Notation 87. That record, set in 2010, is 12 attoseconds (1.2 × 10^{−17} seconds), about 3.7×10^{26} Planck times. To remind us of the obvious, the universe is still substantially less than a second in existence! Complexity is now rather dazzling.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 85 to 90 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

91 to 96
Now all the elements of the Periodic Table have a container. 
91 
92 
93 
<Steps>

94 
95 
96 
1.3348×10^{16}s 
2.6696×10^{16}s 
5.3393×10^{16}s 
T(seconds) 
1.0678×10^{15}s 
2.1357×10^{15}s 
4.2715×10^{15}s 
4.0015×10^{8}m 
8.0030×10^{8}m 
1.600×10^{7}m 
L(meters) 
3.201×10^{7}m 
6.402×10^{7}m 
1.28.microns 
5.3887×10^{19}kg 
1.0777×10^{20}kg 
2.1555×10^{20}kg 
M(kilograms) 
4.3110×10^{20}kg 
8.622×10^{20}kg 
1.724×10^{21}kg 
4.6437×10^{9}C 
9.2875×10^{9}C 
1.8575×10^{10}C 
C(Coulombs) 
3.7150×10^{10}C 
7.4300×10^{10}C 
1.4860×10^{11}C 
.0545744 K 
.1091488 K 
.2182976 K 
T(Kelvin) 
.4365953 K 
.8731907 K 
1.74638 K 
6.1897×10^{26} 
1.2379×10^{27} 
2.4758×10^{27} 
B2Vertices 
4.9517×10^{27} 
9.9035×10^{27} 
1.9807×10^{28} 
1.5177×10^{82} 
1.2141×10^{83} 
9.71334×10^{83} 
ScalingV 
7.7706×10^{84} 
6.2165×10^{85} 
4.9732×10^{86 } 

97 to 102
Now all the elements of human life have a container. 
97 
98 
99 
<Steps>

100 
101 
102 
8.543×10^{15}s 
1.7086×10^{14}s 
3.4172×10^{14}s 
T(seconds) 
6.834×10^{14}s 
1.366×10^{13}s 
2.733×10^{13}s 
2.56.microns 
5.12.microns 
10.24.microns 
L(meters) 
20.487.microns 
40.975.microns 
81.95.microns 
3.4488×10^{21}kg 
6.8976×10^{21}kg 
1.3795×10^{22}kg 
M(kilograms) 
2.7590×10^{21}kg 
5.5181×10^{21}kg 
1.1036×10^{22}kg 
2.9720×10^{11}C 
5.944×10^{11}C 
1.188×10^{12}C 
C(Coulombs) 
2.3776×10^{12}C 
4.755×10^{12}C 
9.5104×10^{12}C 
3.4927 K 
6.985 K 
13.971 K 
T(Kelvin) 
27.942 K 
55.884 K 
111.768 K 
3.9614×10^{28} 
7.9228×10^{28} 
1.5845×10^{29} 
B2Vertices 
3.1691×10^{29} 
6.3382×10^{29} 
1.26765×10^{30} 
3.9785×10^{87} 
3.1828×10^{88} 
2.5462×10^{89} 
ScalingV 
2.037×10^{90} 
1.629×10^{91} 
1.3037×10^{92} 

103 to 108
The question should be asked, “What is a container?” 
103 
104 
105 
<Steps>

106 
107 
108 
5.4675×10^{13}.s 
1.0935×10^{12}.s 
2.187×10^{12}.s 
T(seconds) 
4.37402×10^{12}.s 
8.748×10^{12}.s 
1.7496×10^{11}.s 
.16.millimeters 
.3278.mm 
.6556 mm 
L(meters) 
1.3112 mm 
2.6224 mm 
5.2448.mm 
2.2072×10^{22}kg 
4.41448×10^{22}kg 
8.8289×10^{22}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.7657×10^{23}kg 
3.5315×10^{23}kg 
7.0631×10^{23}kg 
1.90208×10^{13}C 
3.8041×10^{13}C 
7.6083×10^{13}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.5216×10^{14}C 
3.0433×10^{14}C 
6.086×10^{14}C 
2.235×10^{2} K 
4.4707×10^{2} K 
8.9414×102 K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.7882×10^{3} K 
3.5765×10^{3} K 
7.153×10^{3} K 
2.5353×10^{30} 
5.0706×10^{30} 
1.0141×10^{31} 
B2Vertices 
2.0282×10^{31} 
4.0564×10^{31} 
8.1129×10^{31} 
1.0429×10^{93} 
8.3436×10^{93} 
6.6749×10^{94} 
ScalingV 
5.339×10^{95} 
4.2719×10^{96} 
3.417×10^{97} 

Discussion: The Sun’s temperature is 5778 K. In this early edition, it is between notations 107 and 108.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: When does a group of numbers become a cluster, container, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step?
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 103 to 108 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

109 to 114
Now all the elements of human life have a container. 
109 
110 
111 
<Steps>

112 
113 
114 
3.4992×10^{11}.s 
6.9984×10^{11}.s 
1.3996×10^{10}.s 
T(seconds) 
2.7993×10^{10}.s 
5.5987×10^{10}.s 
1.1197×10^{9}.s 
1.048.centimeters 
2.097.cm 
4.1958 cm 
L(meters) 
8.3917 cm 
16.7835 cm 
33.5671.centimeters 
1.41263×10^{24}kg 
2.82527×10^{24}kg 
5.6505×10^{24}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.1301×10^{25}kg 
2.2602×10^{25}kg 
4.5204×10^{25}kg 
1.2173×10^{15}C 
2.4346×10^{15}C 
4.8693×10^{15}C 
C(Coulombs) 
9.7386×10^{15}C 
1.9477×10^{16}C 
3.8954×10^{16}C 
1.4306×10^{4} K 
2.4346×10^{4} K 
5.7225×10^{4} K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.1445×10^{5} K 
2.2890×10^{5} K 
4.5780×10^{5} K 
1.6225×10^{32} 
3.24518×10^{32} 
6.4903×10^{32} 
B2Vertices 
1.2980×10^{33} 
2.5961×10^{33} 
5.1922×10^{33} 
2.73406×10^{98} 
2.1872×10^{99} 
1.7498×10^{100} 
ScalingV 
1.3998×10^{101} 
1.1198×10^{102} 
8.9589×10^{102} 
Discussion:
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
<Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 109 to 114 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

115 to 120
Now all the elements of human life have a container. 
115 
116 
117 
<Steps>

118 
119 
120 
2.2395×10^{9}.s 
4.479×10^{9}.s 
8.958×10^{9}.s 
T(seconds) 
1.7916×10^{8}.s 
3.5832×10^{8}.s 
7.1664×10^{8}.s 
67.1343.cm 
1.3426.meters 
2.6853 m 
L(meters) 
5.3707 m 
10.7414 m 
21.4829.m 
9.0408×10^{25}kg 
1.8081×10^{26}kg 
3.6163×10^{26}kg 
M(kilograms) 
7.2326×10^{26}kg 
1.4465×10^{27}kg 
2.8930×10^{27}kg 
7.7909×10^{16}C 
1.5581×10^{17}C 
3.1163×10^{17}C 
C(Coulombs) 
6.2327×10^{17}C 
1.2465×10^{18}C 
2.4930×10^{18}C 
9.1560×10^{5} K 
1.831×10^{6} K 
3.662×10^{6} K 
T(Kelvin) 
7.324×10^{6} K 
1.4649×10^{7} K 
2.929×10^{7} K 
1.03845×10^{34} 
2.0769×10^{34} 
4.1538×10^{34} 
B2Vertices 
8.3076×10^{34} 
1.66153×10^{35} 
3.3230×10^{35} 
7.1671×10^{103} 
5.733×10^{104} 
4.5869×10^{105} 
ScalingV 
3.6695×10^{106} 
2.9356×10^{107} 
2.3485×10^{108} 
Discussion:
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 115 to 120 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here 

121 to 126
Now all the elements of human life have a container. 
121 
122 
123 
<Steps>

124 
125 
126 
1.4332×10^{7}.s 
2.8665×10^{7}.s 
5.7331×10^{7}.s 
T(seconds) 
1.1466×10^{6}.s 
2.2932×10^{6}.s 
4.5864×10^{6}.s 
42.9659.m 
85.9319.m 
171.8638 m 
L(meters) 
343.7277 m 
687.4554 m 
1.3749.kilometers 
5.7861×10^{27}kg 
1.1572×10^{28}kg 
2.3144×10^{28}kg 
M(kilograms) 
4.6289×10^{28}kg 
9.2578×10^{28}kg 
1.8515×10^{29}kg 
4.9861×10^{18}C 
9.9723×10^{18}C 
1.9944×10^{19}C 
C(Coulombs) 
3.9889×10^{19}C 
7.9779×10^{19}C 
1.5955×10^{20}C 
5.8598×10^{7} K 
1.1719×10^{8} K 
2.3439×10^{8} K 
T(Kelvin) 
4.687×10^{8} K 
9.3758×10^{8} K 
1.8751×10^{9} K 
6.6461×10^{35} 
1.3292×10^{36} 
2.6584×10^{36} 
B2Vertices 
5.3169×10^{36} 
1.063382×10^{37} 
2.1267×10^{37} 
1.8788×10^{109} 
1.5030×10^{110} 
1.2024×10^{111} 
ScalingV 
9.6196×10^{111} 
7.6957×10^{112} 
6.1565×10^{113} 
Discussion:
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
Notes and references: 

127 to 132
In less than 1/10000’s of a second, all elements within human life have an archetypal container. 
127 
128 
129 
<Steps>

130 
131 
132 
9.1729×10^{6}.s 
1.8345×10^{5}.s 
3.669×10^{5}.s 
T(seconds) 
7.338×10^{5}.s 
1.4676×10^{4}.s 
2.9353×10^{4}.s 
2.7498.km 
5.499.km 
10.9992 km 
L(meters) 
21.9985 km 
43.9971 km 
87.9942.km 
3.7031×10^{29}kg 
7.4062×10^{29}kg 
1.4812×10^{30}kg 
M(kilograms) 
2.9625×10^{30}kg 
5.925×10^{30}kg 
1.1850×10^{31}kg 
3.1911×10^{20}C 
6.3823×10^{20}C 
1.2764×10^{21}C 
C(Coulombs) 
2.5529×10^{21}C 
5.1058×10^{21}C 
1.0211×10^{22}C 
3.7503×10^{9}K 
7.5006×10^{9}K 
1.5001×10^{10}K 
T(Kelvin) 
3.0002×10^{10}K 
6.0005×10^{10}K 
1.2001×10^{11}K 
4.2535×10^{37} 
8.5070×10^{37} 
1.7014×10^{38} 
B2Vertices 
3.4028×10^{38} 
6.8056×10^{38} 
1.3611×10^{39} 
4.9252×10^{114} 
3.9402×10^{115} 
3.1521×10^{116} 
ScalingV 
2.5217×10^{117} 
2.0173×10^{118} 
1.6139×10^{119} 
Discussion:
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: cluster, domain, doubling, group, layer, notation, set and/or step
Notes and references: Here is a link to the Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling. From notations 127 to 200+ the actual number of vertices are stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

133 to 138
Transitions between the Human Scale Universe and Large Scale Universe 
133 
134 
135 
<Steps>

136 
137 
138 
5.8707×10^{4}.s 
1.1741×10^{3}.s 
2.348×10^{3}.s 
T(seconds) 
4.6965×10^{3}.s 
9.3931×10^{3}.s 
1.8786×10^{2}.s 
175.9885.km 
351.977.km 
703.9543.km 
L(meters) 
1407.9087.km 
2815.8174.km 
5631.6349.km 
2.3700×10^{31}kg 
4.7400×10^{31}kg 
9.4800×10^{31}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.8960×10^{32}kg 
3.7920×10^{32}kg 
7.5840×10^{32}kg 
2.0423×10^{22}C 
4.0846×10^{22}C 
8.1693×10^{22}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.6338×10^{23}C 
3.2677×10^{23}C 
6.5354×10^{23}C 
2.4002×10^{11} K 
4.8004×10^{11} K 
9.6008×10^{11} K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.9201×10^{12} K 
3.8403×10^{12} K 
7.6806×10^{11} K 
2.7222×10^{39} 
5.4445×10^{39} 
1.088×10^{40} 
B2Vertices 
2.1778×10^{40} 
4.3556×10^{40} 
8.7112×10^{40} 
1.29112×10^{120} 
1.0328×10^{121} 
8.2631×10^{121} 
ScalingV 
6.6105×10^{122} 
5.2884×10^{123} 
4.2307×10^{124} 
Discussion: Eight key events happen within the largescale universe.
One second: Between the 142nd and 143rd notations.
One day: At 86,400 seconds, it is between the 160th and 161st notations.
One week: At 604,8000 seconds, it is within the 163rd notation.
One month: An average of 2,629,746 seconds, it is within the 165th notation.
One year: An average of 31,556,952 seconds, it is between the 168th and 169th notations.
One millennium: 1000 years, an average of 31,556,952,000 seconds, it is between the 178th and 179th notations.
One million years: An average of 31,556,952,000,000 seconds, it is between the 178th and 179th notations.
One billion years, an eon: An average of 31,556,952,000,000,000 seconds, it is between the 198th and 200th notations.Key concept:Key questions: Numbers.Key words, primary concepts, and links to references for these ten notations:Open: Design thoughts:Link to Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling: From notations 139 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

139 to 144
The first second of creation completes between notations 142 and 143. 
139 
140 
141 
<Steps>

142 
143 
144 
3.7572×10^{2}.s 
7.5145×10^{2}.s 
.15029×10.s 
T(seconds) 
.30058.s 
.60116.s 
1.2023.s 
11,263.2699.km 
22,526.5398.km 
45,053.079.km 
L(meters) 
90,106.158.km 
180,212.316.km 
360,424.632.km 
1.5168×10^{33}kg 
3.0336×10^{33}kg 
6.0672×10^{33}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.2134×10^{34}kg 
2.4268×10^{34}kg 
4.8537×10^{34}kg 
1.3070×10^{24}C 
2.6141×10^{24}C 
5.2283×10^{24}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.0456×10^{25}C 
2.0913×10^{25}C 
4.1827×10^{25}C 
1.5361×10^{13} K 
3.0722×10^{13} K 
6.1445×10^{13} K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.2289×10^{14} K 
2.4578×10^{14} K 
4.9156×10^{14} K 
1.74224×10^{41} 
3.4844×10^{41} 
6.96898×10^{41} 
B2Vertices 
1.3937×10^{42} 
2.78759×10^{42} 
5.57518×10^{42} 
3.3846×10^{125} 
2.7076×10^{126} 
2.1661×10^{127} 
ScalingV 
1.73291×10^{128} 
1.38634×10^{129} 
1.109×10^{130} 
Discussion: All these notations are still being double checked and cross referenced to the other three key charts. We will correct simple math errors as quickly as possible.
One minute and one hour of creation should be noted. The figures at one day (Notation 160), one week, one month, one year, one millennium and one eon (1 billion years) are all important clues to interpret the meaning of each notation.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: Is there a formula that begins to bind all notations deeper than exponentiation? Can the speed of light do it?
Formula #1
We start with a most simple formula. Divide each value along the Planck Length scale by its corresponding value along the Planck Time, the result should equal the speed of light (kilometers per second) at every one of the 201 notations.
Let’s see if the logic bears out. First, we will use the closest possible Planck Time and Planck Length multiples to one second, .6011 seconds and 1.202 seconds at notations 143 and 144 respectively.
The first simple calculation: The simple formula is to divided 180,212.316 kilometers by 6.011 seconds. That calculation gives us a figure of 299,804.05257 km/second.
Dividing 360424.632 kilometers by 1.202 seconds gives us a figure of 299,854.103161 km/second. The experimentally defined measurement for one light second is 299,792.458 km/second.
When using a more refined measurement, the results naturally change. Using a calculation based on the ratio of 1.20232257536 seconds to 360424.632 kilometers renders a figure of 299,773.654248 km/second. We’ll have to be careful to test with an equal number of decimal units for time and length.
Every notation has its own calculation for the speed of light. We will do the calculations for several notations to see if it tells us something of interest.
At 142^{nd} notation, .300580643 divided by 90,106.158 equals 299,773,655.085 meters per second and at notation 143, 299,773,654.587 m/s and at notation 145, 299,773,673.037 m/sec and at notation 146, the ratio 4.80929 seconds to 1,441,698.55 km equals 299,773,677.611 m/s. Light is a ratio, a tension that defines both space and time.
How about 150 and 100?
At 100^{th} notation, the length is 20.4877678 microns divided by 6.83441261472×10^{14} seconds equals 299,773,644.861 m/s. At 150^{th} notation, 23,067,176.8 km divided by 76.948644823 seconds equals 299,773,658.822 m/s. Mass, temperature, and charge contribute to that definition.
Analysis: Of course, it is not at all surprising that the Planck Time, Planck Length, and the speed of light correlate throughout the chart given that both Planck Time and Planck Length are determined by the speed of light.
What is surprising is that this simple formula begins to corroborate the basic integrity of the chart, base2 exponentiation with the speed of light, and it all begs for further much deeper analysis.
We will do it. We will go back through all 204 notations and do the calculations using numbers extended to the ten places, then 100 places, and even 1000 decimal places. First, we’ll begin getting a sense of patterns or the lack of patterns. Perhaps all these numbers are nonduplicating and neverending. Perhaps these numbers, like Pi, the pentagonal gap, and the dimensionless constants, define degrees of freedom that further compute as quantum indeterminacy and uncertainty and perhaps even free will. Speculative? Of course. Crazy? Maybe. Worth the time for further analysis? Of course, it is. We’ll report the results within each notation.
Let us now find Formula #2.
Link to Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling: From notations 139 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. These vertices open the discussions about the inherent geometry that should permeate this chart. 

145 to 150
The first minute, just 60 seconds, and look how far the universe has come! 
145 
146 
147 
<Steps>

148 
149 
150 
2.4046.seconds 
4.8092.s 
9.6185.s 
T(seconds) 
19.237.s 
38.47432.s 
76.9486.s 
720,849.264.km 
1,441,698.528.km 
2,883,397.056.km 
L(meters) 
5,766,794.112.km 
11,533,588.224.km 
23,067,176.488.km 
9.7075×10^{34}kg 
1.9415×10^{35}kg 
3.883×10^{35}kg 
M(kilograms) 
7.7660×10^{35}kg 
1.5532×10^{36}kg 
3.1064×10^{36}kg 
8.3654×10^{25}C 
1.673×10^{26}C 
3.3461×10^{26}C 
C(Coulombs) 
6.6923×10^{26}C 
1.3384×10^{27}C 
2.6769×10^{27}C 
9.831×10^{14} K 
1.966×10^{15} K 
3.932×10^{15} K 
T(Kelvin) 
7.865×10^{15} K 
1.573×10^{16} K 
3.146×10^{16} K 
1.1150×10^{43} 
2.2300×10^{43} 
4.4601×10^{43} 
B2Vertices 
8.9202×10^{43} 
1.7840×10^{44} 
3.568×10^{44} 
8.8725×10^{130} 
7.0980×10^{131} 
5.6784×10^{132} 
ScalingV 
4.5427×10^{133} 
3.6341×10^{134} 
2.9073×10^{135} 

151 to 156
How does this first hour of creation compare with the Big Bang? 
151 
152 
153 
<Steps>

154 
155 
156 
153.8972.seconds 
307.794.s 
615.589.s 
T(seconds) 
1231.178.s 
2462.3566.s 
4924.713.s 
46,134,352.896+.km 
92,268,705.792+.km 
184,537,411.584.km 
L(meters) 
369,074,823.168.km 
738,149,646.336.168.km 
1.4762×10^{12}.km 
6.21283×10^{36}kg 
1.2425×10^{37}kg 
2.4851×10^{37}kg 
M(kilograms) 
4.9702×10^{37}kg 
9.9405×10^{37}kg 
1.9881×10^{38}kg 
5.3538×10^{27}C 
1.0707×10^{28}C 
2.1415×10^{28}C 
C(Coulombs) 
4.2831×10^{28}C 
8.5662×10^{28}C 
1.7132×10^{29}C 
6.292×10^{16} K 
1.258×10^{17} K 
2.5168×10^{17} K 
T(Kelvin) 
5.0336×10^{17} K 
1.0067×10^{18} K 
2.013×10^{18} K 
7.136×10^{44} 
1.427×10^{45} 
2.8544×10^{45} 
B2Vertices 
5.708×10^{45} 
1.141×10^{46} 
2.283×10^{46} 
2.325×10^{136} 
1.860×10^{137} 
1.4885×10^{138} 
ScalingV 
1.1908×10^{139} 
9.5268×10^{139} 
7.6214×10^{140} 
Discussion: 3600 seconds, between notations 155 and 156, account for the first hour of creation. In this model it appears that the infrastructure to create the universe to this point is the same infrastructure that sustains the universe. It appears that in this model “the first hour container” which is notation 155, is still at work today.
Note that 3600 seconds equals an hour, multiplied by the speed of light is 1,079,252,848.800 kilometers. At notation 155, 738,149,657 kilometers divided by 2462.35663434 seconds equals 299,773.658578 km/second. The experimentally defined speed of light is 299,792.458 km/second.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics: More analysis to come on the differences between experimental data and purely mathematical data.
Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling: From notations 139 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

157 to 162
THE FIRST DAY (and the infrastructure for every subsequent day) 
157 
158 
159 
<Steps>

160 
161 
162 
9849.426.s 
19,698.853.s 
39,397.706.s 
T(seconds) 
78,795.4122.s 
157,590.82.s 
315,181.649.s 
2,952,598,585.km 
5,905,197,170.km 
11,810,394,341+.km 
L(meters) 
23,620,788,682+.km 
47,241,577,365+.km 
94,483,154,731.km 
3.9762×10^{38}kg 
7.9524×10^{38}kg 
1.5904×10^{39}kg 
M(kilograms) 
3.1809×10^{39}kg 
6.3619×10^{39}kg 
1.2723×10^{40}kg 
3.4264×10^{29}C 
6.8529×10^{29}C 
1.3705×10^{30}C 
C(Coulombs) 
2.741×10^{30}C 
5.482×10^{30}C 
1.096×10^{31}C 
4.026×10^{18} K 
8.053×10^{18} K 
1.610×10^{19} K 
T(Kelvin) 
3.221×10^{19} K 
6.443×10^{19} K 
1.288×10^{18} K 
4.567×10^{46} 
9.134×10^{46} 
1.826×10^{47} 
B2Vertices 
3.653×10^{47} 
7.307×10^{47} 
1.461×10^{48} 
6.097×10^{141} 
4.877×10^{142} 
3.902×10^{143} 
ScalingV 
3.1217×10^{144} 
2.497×10^{145} 
1.997×10^{146} 
Discussion: The First Day concludes at 86400 seconds. The universe appears to be approaching the size of our Solar System. At notation 160, it is 23,620,788,682 kilometers or 1,467,727,765 miles. If measured in astronomical units (AU), the Solar System is estimated to be the distance of 122 AU which is 122 times 93 million miles or 11.346 trillion miles.
The orbiting Kuiper Belt (which contains Pluto) is 7.5 billion kilometers (30 50 AU). So, within the first day, the universe has grown substantially larger than the Kuiper Belt.
Also, note that one day is 86,400 seconds. Multiplied by the speed of light, 299,792.458 km, equals a length of 25,902,068,371.2 km.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling: From notations 139 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

163 to 168
The first month is within notation 165. The first year begins on the edge of 168 as it become 169. 
163 
164 
165 
<Steps>

166 
167 
168 
630,363.29.s 
1,260,726.59.s 
2,521,453.19.s 
T(seconds) 
5,042,906.38.s 
10,085,812.77.s 
20,171,625.54.s 
1.88966306×10^{14}.km 
3.779×10^{14}.km 
7.558×10^{14}.km 
L(meters) 
1.511×10^{15}.km 
3.023×10^{15}.km 
6.046×10^{15}.km 
2.544×10^{40}kg 
5.089×10^{40}kg 
1.0179×10^{41}kg 
M(kilograms) 
2.035×10^{41}kg 
4.071×10^{41}kg 
8.143×10^{42}kg 
2.192×10^{31}C 
4.385×10^{31}C 
8.771×10^{31}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.754×10^{32}C 
3.508×10^{32}C 
7.017×10^{32}C 
2.5772×10^{20} K 
5.1544×10^{20} K 
1.030×10^{21} K 
T(Kelvin) 
2.061×10^{21} K 
4.123×10^{21} K 
8.247×10^{21} K 
2.923×10^{48} 
5.846×10^{48} 
1.169×10^{49} 
B2Vertices 
2.338×10^{49} 
4.6768×10^{49} 
9.353×10^{49} 
1.598×10^{147} 
1.278×10^{148} 
1.022×10^{149} 
ScalingV 
8.1834×10^{149} 
2.497×10^{150} 
6.5467×10^{151} 
Discussion: The First Month: Use 30.436875 days per month based on a year of 365.2425 days divided by 12 months; Given there are 86,400 seconds per day, there is an average of 2,629,746 seconds per month. It is within notation 165. Multiplied by 299,792,458 m/s equals a length of 777,062,051,136,000 meters or 777,062,051,136 km, a little larger than the Planck Length and Time at 165th notation (755,865,224,00 and 29.18 days respectively).
Speed of Light. A simple calculation from notation 168 where the length is 6046921800000 kilometers and the time is 20,171,625.5485 seconds, the speed of light is 299,773.649152 kilometers/second.
1000 years. There are 31,556,952,000 seconds to a millennium which is found between notations 177 and 178.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling: From notations 139 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

169 to 174
The First Year and the definition of “Yearness” is within notation 169. 
169 
170 
171 
<Steps>

172 
173 
174 
40,343,251.097.s 
80,686,502.194.s 
161,373,004.388.s 
T(seconds) 
322,746,008.7.s 
645,492,017.5.s 
1,290,984,035.s 
1.2093×10^{16}.km 
2.4187×10^{16}.km 
4.8375×10^{16}.km 
L(meters) 
9.675×10^{16}.km 
1.935×10^{17}.km 
3.87×10^{17}.km 
1.628×10^{42}kg 
3.257×10^{42}kg 
6.514×10^{42}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.302×10^{43}kg 
2.605×10^{43}kg 
5.211×10^{43}kg 
1.403×10^{33}C 
2.80×10^{33}C 
5.613×10^{33}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.122×10^{34}C 
2.245×10^{34}C 
4.491×10^{34}C 
1.649×10^{22} K 
3.298×10^{22} K 
6.597×10^{22} K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.319×10^{23} K 
2.63×10^{23} K 
5.278×10^{23} K 
1.8707×10^{50} 
3.7414×10^{50} 
7.4828×10^{50} 
B2Vertices 
1.4965×10^{51} 
2.993×10^{51} 
5.986×10^{51} 
4.1899×10^{152} 
3.3519×10^{153} 
2.6815×10^{154} 
ScalingV 
2.145×10^{155} 
1.716×10^{156} 
1.372×10^{157} 
Discussion: The First Year: Using a year of 365.2425 days and 86,400 seconds per day, there are 31,556,952 seconds per year. A year, when multiplied by the speed of light, 299,792,458 m/s equals a length of 9,460,536,207,068,016 meters or 9,460,536,207,068.016 km, between the 168th and the 169th notations.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 169 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

175 to 180
1000 Years, a millennium, is between notation 178 and 179. 
175 
176 
177 
<Steps>

178 
179 
180 
2,581,968,070.s 
5,163,936,140.s 
10,327,872,280.8.s 
T(seconds) 
20,655,744,561.s 
41,311,489,123.s 
82,622,978,246.s 
7.7400×10^{17}.km 
1.548×10^{18}.km 
3.096×10^{18}.km 
L(meters) 
6.192×10^{18}.km 
1.238×10^{19}.km 
2.476×10^{19}.km 
1.042×10^{44}kg 
2.084×10^{44}kg 
4.169×10^{44}kg 
M(kilograms) 
8.338×10^{44}kg 
1.667×10^{45}kg 
3.335×10^{45}kg 
8.982×10^{34}C 
1.796×10^{35}C 
3.592×10^{35}C 
C(Coulombs) 
7.185×10^{35}C 
1.437×10^{36}C 
2.874×10^{36}C 
1.055×10^{24} K 
2.111×10^{24} K 
4.222×10^{24} K 
T(Kelvin) 
8.444×10^{24} K 
1.688×10^{25} K 
3.377×10^{25} K 
1.1972×10^{52} 
2.3945×10^{52} 
4.789×10^{52} 
B2Vertices 
9.578×10^{52} 
1.915×10^{53} 
3.831×10^{53} 
8.786×10^{158} 
7.029×10^{159} 
5.623×10^{160} 
ScalingV 
4.498×10^{161} 
3.599×10^{162} 
2.879×10^{163} 
Discussion: The First 1000 Years: There are 31,556,952 seconds in a year and 31,556,952,000 seconds in a millennium which is between notations 178 and 179.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 169 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

181 to 186
Expanding toward 1,000,000 Years, then an Eon (one billion years). 
181 
182 
183 
<Steps>

184 
185 
186 
165,245,956,493.s 
330,491,912,986.s 
660,983,825,972.s 
T(seconds) 
1,321,967,651,940.s 
2,643,935,303,880.s 
5,287,870,607,760.s 
4.953×10^{19}.km 
9.907×10^{19}.km 
1.98×10^{20}.km 
L(meters) 
3.96×10^{20}.km 
7.925×10^{20}.km 
1.585×10^{21}.km 
6.67×10^{45}kg 
1.334×10^{46}kg 
2.668×10^{46}kg 
M(kilograms) 
5.336×10^{46}kg 
1.067×10^{47}kg 
2.134×10^{47}kg 
5.748×10^{36}C 
1.149×10^{37}C 
2.299×10^{37}C 
C(Coulombs) 
4.598×10^{37}C 
9.197×10^{37}C 
1.839×10^{38}C 
6.755×10^{25} K 
1.351×10^{26} K 
2.702×10^{26} K 
T(Kelvin) 
5.404×10^{26} K 
1.080×10^{27} K 
2.161×10^{27} K 
7.6624×10^{53} 
1.5324×10^{54} 
3.0649×10^{54} 
B2Vertices 
6.1299×10^{54} 
1.2259×10^{55} 
2.4519×10^{55} 
1.842×10^{164} 
1.4742×10^{165} 
1.1793×10^{166} 
ScalingV 
9.4349×10^{166} 
7.547×10^{167} 
6.0383×10^{168} 
Discussion: The First Million Years: There are 31,556,952 seconds in a year, 31,556,952,000 seconds in a millennium and 31,556,926,000,000 seconds in a million years (Notations 187188).
Speed of Light. A simple calculation from notation 184 where the length is 3.96291068×10^{20} meters and the time is 1,321,967,651,940 seconds, the speed of light is 299,773,649.846 kilometers/second.
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 169 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

187 to 192
1,000,000 Years (Notations 188 and 189) and toward an Eon (one billion years). 
187 
188 
189 
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190 
191 
192 
10,575,741,215,500.s 
21,151,482,431,000.s 
42,302,964,862,000.s 
T(seconds) 
84,605,929,724,000.s 
169,211,859,448,000.s 
338,423,718,896,000.s 
3.170×10^{21}.km 
6.340×10^{21}.km 
1.268×10^{22}.km 
L(meters) 
2.536×10^{22}.km 
5.072×10^{22}.km 
1.014×10^{23}.km 
4.269×10^{47}kg 
8.538×10^{47}kg 
1.707×10^{48}kg 
M(kilograms) 
3.415×10^{48}kg 
6.831×10^{48}kg 
1.366×10^{49}kg 
3.679×10^{38}C 
7.358×10^{38}C 
1.471×10^{39}C 
C(Coulombs) 
2.943×10^{39}C 
5.886×10^{39}C 
1.177×10^{40}C 
4.323×10^{27} K 
8.647×10^{27} K 
1.729×10^{28} K 
T(Kelvin) 
3.459×10^{28} K 
6.918×10^{28} K 
1.383×10^{29} K 
4.9039×10^{55} 
9.8074×10^{55} 
1.9615×10^{56} 
B2Vertices 
3.923×10^{56} 
7.846×10^{56} 
1.569×10^{57} 
4.8306×10^{170} 
3.864×10^{171} 
3.091×10^{172} 
ScalingV 
2.473×10^{173} 
1.978×10^{174} 
1.582×10^{175} 
Discussion: The First Million Years: There are 31,556,952 seconds in a year, 31,556,952,000 seconds in a millennium and 31,556,926,000,000 seconds in a million years (Notations 188189).
Key questions about order, relations and dynamics:
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 169 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

193 to 198
Approaching the billion year container between notation 199 and 200. 
193 
194 
195 
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196 
197 
198 
676,847,437,792,000.s 
1,353,694,875,580,000.s 
2,707,389,751,160,000.s 
T(seconds) 
5,414,779,502,320,000.s 
10,829,559,004,600,000.s 
21,659,118,009,200,000.s 
2.029×10^{23}.km 
4.058×10^{23}.km 
8.116×10^{23}.km 
L(meters) 
1.623×10^{24}.km 
3.246×10^{22}.km 
6.492×10^{23}.km 
2.732×10^{49}kg 
5.464×10^{49}kg 
1.092×10^{50}kg 
M(kilograms) 
2.185×10^{50}kg 
4.371×10^{50}kg 
8.743×10^{50}kg 
2.354×10^{40}C 
4.709×10^{40}C 
9.418×10^{40}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.883×10^{41}C 
3.767×10^{41}C 
7.534×10^{41}C 
2.767×10^{29} K 
5.534×10^{29} K 
1.106×10^{30} K 
T(Kelvin) 
2.213×10^{30} K 
4.427×10^{30} K 
8.885×10^{30} K 
3.138×10^{57} 
6.277×10^{57} 
1.255×10^{58} 
B2Vertices 
2.5108×10^{58} 
5.021×10^{58} 
1.004×10^{59} 
1.266×10^{176} 
1.013×10^{177} 
8.104×10^{177} 
ScalingV 
6.483×10^{178} 
5.188×10^{179} 
4.149×10^{180} 
Discussion: The Fullness of Time: On the approach to the first billion years of the universe, it is within these six notations that the universe as we experience it begins. There are 31,556,926,000,000,000 seconds in an eon that is a billion years, between notations 199 and 200.
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 169 to 200+ the actual number of vertices will be stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 

Notations 199 to 204 of 200+
Our little universe is still expanding. 
199 
200 
201 
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202 
203 
204 
4.331×10^{16}.s.* 
8.663×10^{16}.s.* 
1.732×10^{17}.s.* 
T(seconds) 
3.4654×10^{17}.s.* 
Age of the 
Universe 
1.298×10^{24}.km 
2.597×10^{24}.km 
5.194×10^{24}.km 
L(meters) 
1.038×10^{25}.km 
2.077×10^{25}.km 
4.155×10^{25}.km 
1.748×10^{49}kg 
3.497×10^{49}kg 
6.995×10^{50}kg 
M(kilograms) 
1.399×10^{50}kg 
2.798×10^{50}kg 
5.596×10^{50}kg 
1.506×10^{42}C 
3.013×10^{42}C 
6.027×10^{42}C 
C(Coulombs) 
1.205×10^{43}C 
2.411×10^{43}C 
4.822×10^{43}C 
1.77×10^{31} K 
3.542×10^{31} K 
7.084×10^{31} K 
T(Kelvin) 
1.416×10^{32} K 
PLANCK 
TEMPERATURE 
2.008×10^{59} 
4.017×10^{59} 
8.034×10^{59} 
B2Vertices 
1.606×10^{60} 
3.213×10^{60} 
6.427×10^{60} 
3.319×10^{181} 
2.655×10^{182} 
2.124×10^{183} 
ScalingV 
1.699×10^{184} 
1.087×10^{185} 
8.702×10^{185} 
^{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.
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 435.48 quintillion seconds.Now, that’s an interesting piece of information: The universe is 435.48 quintillion seconds old! Of course, we could be mistaken. There is such a thing as Poincare recurrence. Somehow a second is not a second within certain symmetry groups. That may well be true, but if we impute time’s first function to be a measurement of light within a particular domain, that symmetry is established within the domain alone. Perhaps it could be said that it is a speed at which things communicate within a domain. Also, given the domain (or notation, doubling, container, group, set, cluster) apparently has no less five fundamental determinants, each creates a perspectival view of that notation.Speed of Light. A simple calculation from notation 199 where the length is 1.29856658×10^{25} meters and the time is 43,318,236,018,400,000 seconds, the speed of light is approximately 299,773,651.782 kilometers/second.
Within notation 201, the length is 5.19426632×10^{25} meters and the time is 173,272,944,073,600,000, the speed of light is also approximately 299,773,651.782 kilometers/second. At notation 202, that figure is 299,773,650.628 kilometers/second. Let us remember that the “official” measurement of 299,792,458 m/s is in a vacuum and does not consider inertial frames.
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: For the large scale, notations 132 to 201+ the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here. 


