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Zillions[edit]

Maybe the term 100 billion trillion is not so useful. There are many readers who do not know that "billion" and "trillion" mean different numbers in different parts of the world. In any case, my mental arithmetic makes ten-to-the-thirty-one ten billion trillion in Pommie notation. So tell me I'm wrong. How about ten million million million million million? Wikipedia has lots of disc space. Actually it's now ten million million million million million and eleven. Some more hatched while I was typing.... Captainbeefart (talk) 03:41, 19 August 2013 (UTC)