How Big is Graham's Number? and How Imagining it Will Collapse Your Head Into A Black Hole?

So what’s Graham’s Number? If you even try to imagine Graham's number, your head would breakdown into a black hole because your head cannot store the information required to envisage it. In Graham’s Number three to the power of three to the power of three would be transcribed as 3^(3^3), and the sum go beyond 7 trillion. Learn more about Graham’s Number in the video below:
 
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