comparison with chained arrows by Giga Gerard

And what are
infinity scrapers?
They are numbers which are so big, that even though they are finite, they seem
to be reaching for infinity, like a sky scraper is a building that
reaches for the sky. Actually that is an extreme understatement for
most of these numbers - to be more accurate, these numbers are
**FAR beyond blasting off in a frenzied hurry towards infinity
like its going out of style!**
- and that is still an understatement. I usually refer to numbers
greater than a tridecal = {10,10,10} as infinity scrapers. The numbers
will be described with my
Exploding Array Function
which is also called Array Notation.
I've made some modifications since the first rendition of this page.

The numbers in Beaf commented on
are either equal or "approximately smaller"

than the numbers in super-chained arrows
calculated on white sheet by Giga Gerard, Jan.2013**<~**

Lets start with the "smaller" numbers, such as a googol and a googolplex, then start going into larger and larger numbers like a gongulus and a golapulus.

**The Googol
10→100
Group**
- this group includes googol, googolplex, googolduplex, Skew's Number,
and the large "illion" numbers.
A googol is 1 followed by 100 zeroes = 10^100 = {10,100}, a googolplex
is 1 followed by a googol zeroes (or 1 followed by "1 followed by 100
zeroes" zeroes) = 10^10^100 = {10,googol}. A googolduplex is 1 followed
by a googolplex zeroes = 10^10^10^100. Of course you could keep going -
googoltriplex, googolquadraplex

`10→(`**..****100**.) *:5:*
**<~** 57→6→2

, etc. As you can see, these are very
large numbers, but they pale in comparison to whats coming next.**The Giggol
10→10→2
Group**
- this group includes decker, giggol, tritri, giggolplex, giggolduplex,
and the Mega (Mega can be seen on
Rob Munafo's web page).
Decker = {10,10,2} = 10^^10 (or 10 tetrated to 10) - it is 1 followed
by "1 followed by "1 followed by " 1 followed by "1 followed by "1
followed by "1 followed by "1 followed by ten billion zeroes" zeroes"
zeroes" zeroes" zeroes" zeroes" zeroes" zeroes. - in otherwords - 10 to
the power of itself 10 times. A giggol is 10 tetrated to 100 =
{10,100,2} = 1 followed by "1 followed by "1 fol .....(say "1 followed
by" 98 times all together) .... lowed by 10 billion zeroes" zeroes"
zeroes.....(say "zeroes" 98 times all together)... zeroes" zeroes. So a
giggol is 10 to the power of itself 100 times. A giggolplex is 10
tetrated to a giggol = 10^^giggol = 10^^10^^100 = 10 to the power of
itself a giggol times (or 10 to the power of itself "10 to the power of
itself 100 times" times). A giggolduplex is 10^^10^^10^^100. A tritri

`3→3→3`

= {3,3,3} = 3^^^3 = 3^^3^^3, this is 3 to the power of itself
7,625,597,484,987 times, it shows up a lot when playing with 3's in the
exploding array function.**The Gaggol
10→100→3
Group**
- this group includes gaggol, gaggolplex,
gaggolduplex, Megaston, tripent, and trisept. A gaggol is {10,100,3} =
10^^^100 (10 pentated to 100) = 10 tetrated to itself 100 times = 10 to
the power of itself "10 to the power of itself "10 to the power of
itself "10 to the power of itself .........(say "10 to the power of
itself" 98 times all together) .. "10 to the power of itself - 1
followed by "1 followed by "1 followed by "1 followed by "1 followed by
"1 followed by "1 followed by "1 followed by 10 billion zeroes" zeroes"
zeroes" zeroes" zeroes" zeroes" zeroes" zeroes - times" times" times"
.... (say "times" 98 times all together) ..... "times" times!. A
gaggolplex is 10^^^gaggol = 10 tetrated to itself a gaggol times.
Gaggolduplex = 10^^^gaggolplex. Megaston is mentioned on Rob's web
page. Tritet is {4,4,4} = 4^^^^4. Tripent is {5,5,5} = 5^^^^^5 =
5^^^^5^^^^5^^^^5^^^^5. Trisept is {7,7,7} = 7^^^^^^^7. Here's some
other numbers - geegol = {10,100,4}, geegolplex = {10,geegol,4}, gigol
= {10,100,5}, gigolplex = {10,gigol,5}, goggol = {10,100,6}, goggolplex
= {10,goggol,6}, gagol = {10,100,7}, gagolplex = {10,gagol,7}

`10→(`**10→100→7**)→7 **<~** 100→3→8

.Now that we got the small numbers out of the way, lets go for the smallest of the infinity scrapers.

**{a,2,1,2}** = **{a,a,a}** = a↑^{..}a *↑:a* = a→a→a
**<~** a→2→2→2 = a→2→(**a→2**) = a^^{..}2 *^:a^2*

**Tridecal**
`10→10→10`

- This number is {10,10,10} = 10 {10} 10 = 10
dodecated to 10 = 10 hendecated to itself 10 times (10 {9} 10 {9} 10
{9}..(ten times)..{9} 10) = 10 decated to itself "10 decated to itself
"10 decated to itself "10 decated to itself "10 decated to itself "10
decated to itself "10 decated to itself "10 decated to itself "10
decated to itself 10 times" times" times" times" times" times" times"
times" times. Where 10 decated to 10 is the old tridecal (the way I
originally defined tridecal before making modifacations to array
notation). As you can see, a tridecal (pronounced TRI da cal) is a
horrendously huge number, also notice how the operators work (those
like decation {8}, or dodecation {10} -
this can also be seen in more detail on my
Exploding Array Function page.

**The Boogol
10→10→100
Group**
- includes boogol, boogolplex, and the
Moser. A boogol = {10,10,100} = 10 {100} 10 = 10 "102-ated" to 10. A
boogolplex = {10,10,boogol} = 10 {10{100}10} 10. The Moser is mentioned
on Rob's web site and will fit among these. Of course, there's the
boogolduplex = {10,10,boogolplex}, boogoltriplex = {10,10,boogolduplex}

`10→10→(`**..****100**.)
*:4:* **<~**
2→7→5→2

, etc.**The Corporal
10→10→(** - includes Graham's number, the corporal,
corporalplex, and Conway's 3 - 3 - 3 - 3 (where the dash represents an
arrow). Graham's number = {3,65,1,2} and Conway's 3-3-3-3 are mentioned
on Rob's site. Corporal = {10,100,1,2} = 10 {{1}} 100 = 10 {10 {10 {10
{......10 {10 {10} 10} 10.....} 10} 10} 10} 10 (100 "10's" from center
out) - note that 10 {10} 10 = tridecal and 10 {10 {10} 10} 10 = 10
tridecal+2ated to 10 - a corporal is much larger than Graham's number.
Corporalplex = {10,corporal,1,2} = 10 {{1}} corporal = 10 {{1}} 10
{{1}} 100 = 10 {10 {10 {10 ......10 {10 {10} 10} 10....10} 10} 10} 10
(a corporal "10's" from center out)

`2→4→(`**2→4→100→2**)→2
**<~** 2→7→3→3

.Conway's 3-3-3-3 is much larger than {3,3,2,2} but much smaller than {3,4,2,2} - {3,3,2,2} = 3 {{2}} 3 = 3 {{1}} 3 {{1}} 3 = 3 {{1}} 3{3{3}3}3 = 3 {{1}} 3 {tritri} 3 = 3 {3 {3 {3...3 {3 {3} 3} 3...3} 3} 3} 3 - (3 "tritri+2-ated" to 3 "3s" from center out). {3,4,2,2} = 3 {{2}} 4 = 3 {{1}} 3 {{1}} 3 {{1}} 3 = 3 {{1}} {3,3,2,2} = 3 {3 {3 {3....3 {3 {3} 3} 3....3} 3} 3} 3 - ({3,3,2,2} "3's" from center out).

**The Biggol
2→4→10→101
Group** - includes grand tridecal, biggol,
biggolplex, and biggolduplex. Grand Tridecal = {10,10,10,2} = 10 {{10}}
10 = 10 expandodecated to 10 = 10 expandoenneated (or {{9}}) to itself
10 times - this number dwarfs the previous numbers. Biggol was coined
by Chris Bird to compare the googol, giggol, gaggol series to boogol -
by adding biggol and baggol (seen later). Biggol = {10,10,100,2} and
biggolplex

`2→3→3→3→2`

= {10,10,biggol,2}.**Tetratri**
`2→3→2→3→4`

- (pronounced "teh TRA tree") = {3,3,3,3} = 3
{{{3}}} 3 = 3 powerexploded to 3, this number is even larger than
3-3-3-3-3 (Conway's Chained arrow notation). How big is this number,
well - let 3 be on row 1 - then let 3 {3 {3} 3} 3 (3 "3s" from inside
out)) be on row 2 - this is 3 "tritri+2-ated" to 3 - then let 3 {3 {3
{3..... 3 {3 {3} 3} 3...3} 3} 3} 3 (with 3 "tritri+2-ated" to 3 3s from
center out) be on row 3 (get the picture), continue, to row 4, 5, 6,
......,all the way to row 3 {3 {3 {3... 3 {3 {3} 3} 3.... 3} 3} 3} 3
(with 3 tritri+2-ated to 3 3s from center out) - and this still aint it
- this is only {3,3,3,2} = 3 {{3}} 3. Now consider 3 on row 1, and 3
{{3 {{3}} 3}} 3 on row 2, and 3 {{3 {{3 ....3 {{3 {{3}} 3}} 3 ....3}}
3}} 3 (with 3{{3{{3}}3}}3 3's from center out) on row 3, etc. Go to row
3 {{3 {{3 ....3 {{3 {{3}} 3}} 3... 3}} 3}} 3 (3{{3{{3}}3}}3 3s from
center) - that is tetratri - *GOLLY TELLY it's huge!*
You can see why I call these "Infinity Scrapers"

**The Baggol
3→2→2→10→101
Group** - includes baggol, baggolplex, supertet,
beegol, beegolplex, bigol, boggol, and bagol. Baggol = {10,10,100,3},
baggolplex = {10,10,baggol,3}, beegol = {10,10,100,4} -

{a,b1,1,2}={a,a,=={a,b,1,2}}{a,a,..}a.:b:=a→a→(..)a.:b:<~a→2→b1→2{a,b1,2,2}={a,=={a,b,2,2},1,2}{a,..,1,2}a.:b:<~a→2→(..)→2a.:b:<~a→2→b1→3{a,b1,c1,2}={a,=={a,b,c1,2},c,2}{a,..,c,2}a.:b:<~a→2→(..)→c1a.:b:<~a→2→b1→c2{a,b1,1,3}={a,a,=={a,b,1,3},2}{a,a,..,2}a.:b:<~a→2→a→(..)a1.:b:<~a→2→2→b1→2{a,b1,2,3}={a,=={a,b,2,3},1,3}{a,..,1,3}a.:b:<~a→2→2→(..)→2a.:b:<~a→2→2→b1→3{a,b1,c1,3}={a,=={a,b,c1,3},c,3}{a,..,c,3}a.:b:<~a→2→2→(..)→c1a.:b:<~a→2→2→b1→c2{a,b1,1,4}=={a,a,..,3}a.:b:<~a→2→2→a→(..)a1.:b:<~a→2→2→2→b1→2{a,b1,c1,4}=={a,..,c,4}a.:b:<~a→2→2→2→(..)→c1a.:b:<~a→2→2→2→b1→c2{a,b,1,d1}<~a→.2→..b→2:d{a,b,c,d1}<~a→.2→..b→c1:d<≈b→↑c1→d1{b≥a≥2}

**The General Group** -
includes the general and the generalplex,
as well as the troogol and troogolplex. General = {10,10,10,10}
`3→2→2→2→2→2→2→2→2→2→10→11 `

(can also be called tetradecal), this is also equal to 10
{{{{{{{{{{10}}}}}}}}}} 10, which is equal to 10 {{{{{{{{{{9}}}}}}}}}}
10 {{{{{{{{{{9}}}}}}}}}} 10 {{{{{{{{{{9}}}}}}}}}} 10 .....
{{{{{{{{{{9}}}}}}}}}} 10 -- (10 {{{{{{{{{{9}}}}}}}}}}ed to itself 10
times). The much smaller 10 {{{{{{{{{{1}}}}}}}}}} 4 = 10 {{{{{{{{{ 10
{{{{{{{{{ 10 {{{{{{{{{ 10 }}}}}}}}} 10 }}}}}}}}} 10 }}}}}}}}} 10 -
imagine how big the general is!. The generalplex = {10,10,10,general} =
10 {{{{{{{......{{{{{ 10 }}}}}......}}}}}}} 10 - where the 10 is
bracketed a general times. Troogol (coined by Bird) = {10,10,10,100}
and troogolplex
**<~** 10→↑11→10`10→↑11→(`

= {10,10,10,troogol}.
This is getting close to the
breaking point of Conway's Chained Arrows.**10→↑11→100**) **<~** 3→↑2→3→2 = 3→↑2→(**3→↑2→( 3→3→2)**)

{a,b1,1,1,2}={a,a,a,=={a,b,1,1,2}}{a,a,a,..}a.:b:<~a→↑a1→(..)a.:b:<~a→↑2→b1→2{a,b1,2,1,2}={a,=={a,b,2,1,2},1,1,2}{a,..,1,1,2}a.:b:<~a→↑2→(..)→2a.:b:<~a→↑2→b1→3{a,b1,c1,1,2}=={a,..,c,1,2}a.:b:<~a→↑2→(..)→c1a.:b:<~a→↑2→b1→c2{a,b1,1,2,2}=={a,a,..,1,2}a.:b:<~a→↑2→a→(..)a1.:b:<~a→↑2→2→b1→2{a,b1,c1,2,2}=={a,..,c,2,2}a.:b:<~a→↑2→2→(..)→c1a.:b:<~a→↑2→2→b1→c2{a,b1,1,3,2}=={a,a,..,2,2}a.:b:<~a→↑2→2→a→(..)a1.:b:<~a→↑2→2→2→b1→2{a,b1,c1,3,2}=={a,..,c,3,2}a.:b:<~a→↑2→2→2→b1→c2{a,b,c,d,2}<~a→↑.2→..b→c1:d<~a→↑b→↑c1→d{a,b1,1,1,3}=={a,a,a,..,2}a.:b:<~a→↑a→↑a1→(..)a.:b:<~a→↑2→↑2→b1→2{a,b,c,d,3}<~a→↑2→↑.2→..b→c1:d<~a→↑2→↑b→↑c1→d{a,b,c,d,e2}<~a→↑.2→↑..b→↑c1→d:e<≈c2→↑↑d→e2{c1<b}

**The Pentadecal Group** -
includes triggol, triggolplex,
pentatri, traggol, traggolplex, treegol, superpent, trigol, troggol,
tragol, pentadecal, quadroogol, and quadroogolplex. Triggol
`3→↑10→↑11→100`

= {10,10,10,100,2} and triggolplex = {10,10,10,triggol,2}. Pentatri =
{3,3,3,3,3}. Traggol = {10,10,10,100,3} and traggolplex =
{10,10,10,traggol,3}. Treegol = {10,10,10,100,4}. Superpent =
{5,5,5,5,5}. Trigol, troggol, and tragol = {10,10,10,100,n} where
n=5,6, and 7 respectively. Pentadecal
`11→↑↑10→10`

= {10,10,10,10,10}.
Pentadecalplex = {10,10,10,10,pentadecal}. Quadroogol =
{10,10,10,10,100} and quadroogolplex
`11→↑↑10→(`

= {10,10,10,10,quadroogol}. These
numbers are quite enormous.**11→↑↑10→100**) **<~** 3→↑↑2→3→2

**The Hexadecal Group** -
includes quadriggol, hexatri,
quadraggol, quadreegol, quadrigol, superhex, quadroggol, quadragol,
hexadecal, quintoogol, and quintoogolplex. Quadriggol
`3→↑↑11→↑↑10→100`

= {10,10,10,10,100,2} and quadriggolplex = {10,10,10,10,quadriggol,2}.
Hexatri = {3,3,3,3,3,3}. Quadraggol, quadreegol, quadrigol, quadroggol,
and quadragol = {10,10,10,10,100,n} where n=3,4,5,6,7 respectively.
Superhex = {6,6,6,6,6,6}. Hexadecal
`11→↑↑↑10→10`

= {10,10,10,10,10,10} and
hexadecalplex = {10,10,10,10,10,hexadecal}. Quintoogol =
{10,10,10,10,10,100} and quintoogolplex
`11→↑↑↑10→(`

= {10,10,10,10,10,quintoogol} -
these numbers are unspeakably huge - you may want to experiment with my
exploding array function to get the feel of how big these are, they
will make the generalplex look smaller than a microscopic dot.**11→↑↑↑10→100**) **<~** 3→↑↑↑2→3→2

{a,b1,1,1,1,2}=={a,a,a,a,..}a.:b:<~a1→↑↑a→(..)a.:b:<~a→↑↑2→b1→2{a,b1,c1,1,1,2}=={a,..,c,1,1,2}a.:b:<~a→↑↑2→(..)→c1a.:b:<~a→↑↑2→b1→c2{a,b,c,d,1,2}<~a→↑↑.2→..b→c1:d<~a→↑↑b→↑c1→d{a,b,c,d,e1,2}<~a→↑↑.2→↑..b→↑c1→d:e<≈3→↑↑c2→↑↑d→e1{c1<b}{a,b,c,d,e,f2}<≈3→↑↑.2→↑↑..c2→↑↑d→e:f<≈d1→↑↑↑e→f2{d<c2<b}{a,b,c,d,e,f,g}<≈e1→↑↑↑↑f→g{@,..x,y,z}@,:n<≈x1→↑^{..}y→z↑:n<≈y1→↑^{..}z↑:n1= y1→→z→n1

**The Iteral Group** - includes quintiggol series, heptatri,
supersept, heptadecal, sextoogol series, superoct, octadecal,
septoogol, superenn, ennadecal, octoogol, iteral, and ultatri.
Quintiggol, quintaggol, quinteegol, quintigol, etc =
{10,10,10,10,10,100,n} where n=2,3,4,5,etc. Heptatri
`4→↑↑↑↑3→3`

= {3,3,3,3,3,3,3}
and supersept = {7,7,7,7,7,7,7}. Heptadecal, octadecal and ennadecal =
{10,10,10,10,10,10,10}, {10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10}, and
{10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10} respectively. Superoct and superenn =
{8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8} and {9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9} respectively. Sextoogol,
septoogol, and octoogol = {10,10,10,10,10,10,100},
{10,10,10,10,10,10,10,100}, and {10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,100}
respectively. The Iteral
`11→↑↑↑↑↑↑↑10→10 `

(also called superdecal) =
{10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10} = {10,10 (1) 2}. Ultatri (pronounced
"ul TA tree) = {3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3}
- has 27 3s = {3,27 (1) 2} - just imagine it's size. We are now at the
breaking point of linear arrays and at the very beginning of
dimensional arrays.**<~** 11→→10→8

**{a,b3,[1]2}** = **{a,..a}** *a,:b2*
**<~** a1→↑^{..}a→a *↑:b* **<~** a1→→a→b1 **<~** 3→→a1→b1
**{a1,2,2,[1]2}** = **{a1,..a1}** *a1,:a*
**<~** **{3,2..}** *2,:a1* **<~** 3→→2→a
**{a,b1,2,[1]2}** == **{a,****..****a**.,[1]2} *:b:*
**<~** 3→→2→(**..****a**.) *:b:* **<~** a→→2→b1→2
**{a,b1,c1,[1]2}** == **{a,****..****a**.,c,[1]2} *:b:*
**<~** 3→→2→(**..****a**.)→c *:b:* **<~** a→→2→b1→c1
**{a,b1,1,2,[1]2}** == **{a,a,****..****a**.,[1]2} *:b:*
**<~** 3→→2→a→(**..****a**.) *:b:* **<~** a→→2→2→b1→2
**{a,b1,c1,2,[1]2}** == **{a,****..****a**.,c,2,[1]2} *:b:*
**<~** 3→→2→2→(**..****a**.)→c1 *:b:* **<~** a→→2→2→b1→c2
**{a,b,c,d,[1]2}** **<~** a→→*.*2→*..*b→c1 *:d* **<~** a→→b→↑c1→d
**{a,b,c,d,e,[1]2}** **<≈** 3→→c2→↑↑d→e *{c1<b}*
**{a,b,c,d,e,f,[1]2}** **<≈** 3→→d1→↑↑↑e→f *{d<c2}*
**{@,..x,y,z,[1]2}** *@,:n* **<≈** 3→→x1→↑^{..}y→z *↑:n*
** ** * * **<≈** 3→→y1→→z→n1

**The Goobol Group** - includes goobol, dupertri,
duperdecal, goobolplex, truperdecal, quadruperdecal, gibbol, latri,
gabbol, geebol, gibol, gobbol, gabol, boobol, bibbol, babbol, beebol,
bibol, bobbol, babol, troobol series, and quadroobol series.
Goobol `11→→10→98`

=
{10,100 (1) 2} = {10,10,10,.....,10} - has 100 10's. Dupertri =
{3,tritri (1) 2}. Duperdecal (also called iteralplex) = {10,iteral (1)
2}. Goobolplex = {10,goobol (1) 2} and truperdecal = {10,duperdecal (1)
2}. Quadruperdecal = {10,truperdecal (1) 2}. Gibbol = {10,100,2 (1) 2}.
Latri = {3,3,3 (1) 2} `3→→2→3→3`

- to get an idea of how big this is, consider
this: start at 3, next go to {3,3,3} - which has 3 3's - this is
tritri, next go to {3,3,3,3,.......,3} which has tritri 3's - this is
dupertri, 4th go to {3,3,3,.....,3} - with dupertri 3's, and keep going
until you get to the dupertri-ith level. Gabbol, geebol, gibol, gobbol,
and gabol = {10,100,n (1) 2} where n=3,4,5,6, and 7. Boobol, bibbol,
babbol, beebol, bibol, bobbol, and babol = {10,10,100,n (1) 2} where n
goes from 1 to 7. The troobol and quadroobol series are similar -
troobol, tribbol, trabbol, etc = {10,10,10,100,n (1) 2} and quadroobol,
quadribbol, quadrabbol, etc = {10,10,10,10,100,n (1) 2} where n starts
at 1. We can also coin a
`{10,10,10,10,10,100,[1]2}`

quintoobol
`3→→11→↑↑↑10→100`

series.

These numbers can be thought of as the second level of linear arrays.

{a,b2,[1]3}={a,..a,[1]2}a,:b1<~3→→2→→a1→b{a,b,c,[1]3}<≈3→→2→→2→b→c{.@,..y,z,[1]3}:n<≈3→→2→→y1→→z→n{.@,..y,z,[1]4}:n<≈3→→2→→2→→y1→→z→n{a,b2,[1]p1}<~3→→..a1→b:p<~a1→→↑b→p{.@,..z,[1]p}:n1<≈3→→..z1→n:p<~z1→→↑n→p

**The Gootrol Group** -
includes gootrol, bootrol, trootrol, quadrootrol, gooquadrol, and booquadrol.
Gootrol `3→→2→→11→98`

= {10,100 (1) 3}, bootrol = {10,10,100 (1) 3}, trootrol = {10,10,10,100 (1) 3},
and quadrootrol = {10,10,10,10,100 (1) 3}.
Gooquadrol = {10,100 (1) 4} and Booquadrol
`3→→2→→2→→2→10→100`

= {10,10,100 (1) 4}. See if you can figure what the
following numbers are: gitrol, gatrol, geetrol, gietrol, gotrol,
gaitrol, quadreequadrol, gooquintol.

{a,2,[1]1,2}=v={a,a,[1]a}<~3→→↑2→a{a,3,[1]1,2}={a,a,a,[1]v}<~a→→↑2→3→2{a,b,[1]1,2}<~a→→↑2→b→2<≈3→→↑2→b→2{a,2,2,[1]1,2}<~3→→↑2→a→2<≈3→→↑2→2→3{a,b,2,[1]1,2}<≈3→→↑2→b→3{a,b,c,[1]1,2}<≈3→→↑2→b→c1{a,2,1,2,[1]1,2}<~3→→↑2→2→a2<≈3→→↑2→2→2→2{a,b,1,2,[1]1,2}<≈3→→↑2→2→b→2{a,b,c,2,[1]1,2}<≈3→→↑2→2→b→c1{a,b,c,d,[1]1,2}<≈3→→↑b→↑c1→d{.@,..y,z,[1]1,2}:n<≈3→→↑y1→→z→n{a,b1,[1]2,2}<≈3→→↑2→→2→b{.@,..y,z,[1]2,2}:n<≈3→→↑2→→y1→→z→n{a,b1,[1]p1,2}<≈3→→↑.2→→..2→b:p<≈3→→↑2→→↑b→p{.@,..[1]p,2}:n1<≈3→→↑2→→↑n→p(n>1){a,b1,[1]p1,q}<≈3→→↑..b→p:q<≈3→→↑↑p1→q{.@,..[1]p,q}:n<≈3→→↑..n→p:q<≈3→→↑↑p1→q

**Emperal Group** -
includes the emperal, gossol, emperalplex,
gossolplex, gissol, gassol, geesol, and gussol. Emperal
`11→→↑8→9`

= {10,10 (1) 10} and emperalplex = {10,10 (1) emperal}.
Gossol = {10,10 (1) 100} and gossolplex = {10,10 (1) gossol}.
Gissol, gassol, geesol `3→→↑3→→↑3→→↑3→→↑9→99 `

,
and gussol = {10,10 (1) 100,n} where n=2,3,4, and 5 respectively.
Feel free to add -plex to any of the previous five -
for instance a geesolplex = {10,10 (1) geesol,4}.
We're finally hitting the second entry on the second row in the arrays.**<~** 3→→↑↑100→4

{a,2,[1]1,1,2}={a,a,[1]a,a}<~3→→↑↑a→a<≈3→→↑↑2→2→2{a,b,[1]1,1,2}<≈3→→↑↑2→b→2<≈3→→↑↑2→2→3{.@,..[1]1,1,2}:b1<≈3→→↑↑2→→2→b{.@,..[1]c,1,2}:b1<≈3→→↑↑2→→↑b→c(b>1){.@,..[1]c,d,2}:b<≈3→→↑↑2→→↑↑c1→d{.@,..[1]c,d,e}:b<≈3→→↑↑..c1→d:e<≈3→→↑↑↑d1→e{.@,..[1]c,d,e,f}:b<≈3→→↑↑↑↑e1→f{a,b,[1].@,..y,z}:n<≈3→→↑^{..}y1→z↑:n2<≈3→↑→z1→n2

**Hyperal Group** -
includes hyperal, mossol, mossolplex, missol,
massol, meesol, mussol, bossol, trossol, and quadrossol.
Hyperal `3→→↑↑10→10`

=
{10,10 (1) 10,10} = 2^2 & 10 (2 by 2 array of tens). Mossol =
{10,10 (1) 10,100} and mossolplex = {10,10 (1) 10,mossol}. Missol,
massol, meesol, and mussol = {10,10 (1) 10,100,n} where n=2,3,4, and 5.
Bossol, bissol, bassol, beesol, and bussol = {10,10 (1) 10,10,100,n}
where n goes from 1 to 5. Trossol, trissol, trassol, treesol, and
trussol = {10,10 (1) 10,10,10,100,n} n goes from 1 to 5. Quadrossol =
{10,10 (1) 10,10,10,10,100} and quintossol
`3→→↑↑↑↑↑11→100 `

= {10,10 (1) 10,10,10,10,10,100}.
This group starts to fill up the second row in the arrays.**<~** 3→↑→101→6

**{a,b1,[1],[1]2}** = **{a,b1,[1]a1.,a..}** *:b* **<~** 3→↑→a1→b1
**{a,b,[1],[1]3}** = **{a,b,[1],[1]2,[1]2}** **<~** 3→↑→2→↑→a1→b
**{a,b,[1],[1]c1}** **<~** 3→↑→*..*a1→b *:c* **<≈** 3→↑→↑b1→c
**{a,2,[1],[1]1,2}** = **{a,a,[1],[1]a}** **<~** 3→↑→↑2→a
**{a,b,[1],[1]1,2}** **<≈** 3→↑→↑2→b→2
**{a,b,[1],[1]2,2}** **<≈** 3→↑→↑2→↑→a1→b
**{a,b,[1],[1]c1,2}** **<~** 3→↑→↑*.*2→↑→*..*a1→b *:c* **<≈** 3→↑→↑2→↑→↑b1→c
**{a,b,[1],[1]c1,d}** **<≈** 3→↑→↑*..*b1→c *:d* **<≈** 3→↑→↑↑c1→d
**{a,b,[1],[1]c,d,e}** **<≈** 3→↑→↑↑↑d1→e
**{a,b,[1],[1],[1]2}** = **{a,b,[1],[1]1.a,..1}** *:b*
**<~** 3→↑→↑^{..}a1→a *↑:b* **<~** 3→↑↑→a1→b
**{a,b,[1]..2}** *,[1]:n1* **<~** 3→↑^{..}→a1→b *↑:n*
**≈** **{b,n1,[2]2}** **<~** 3→→→b1→n
**{a,b,[1]..c1}** *,[1]:n1* **<≈** 3→↑^{..}→↑b1→c *↑:n* **<≈** 3→→→3→n1

**Admiral Group** -
includes diteral, dubol, dutrol, duquadrol,
admiral, dossol, dutritri, and dutridecal. Here we fill out the third
row. Diteral (prounounced DI ter al) = {10,10 (1)(1) 2} =
`3→↑→11→10`

{10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 (1) 10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10}.
Diteralplex = {10,diteral (1)(1) 2} = {10,10,......,10 (1)
10,10,......,10} - diteral 10's in each row. Dubol = {10,100 (1)(1) 2},
dutrol = {10,100 (1)(1) 3}, and duquadrol = {10,100 (1)(1) 4}.
Admiral `3→↑→↑11→10`

= {10,10 (1)(1) 10}. Dossol = {10,10 (1)(1) 100} and dossolplex =
{10,10 (1)(1) dossol}. Dutritri = 3^2 & 3 = 3 by 3 array of 3's =
{3,3,3 (1) 3,3,3 (1) 3,3,3} = {3,3 (2) 2}. Dutridecal = 3^2 & 10 =
3 by 3 array of 10's = {10,10,10 (1) 10,10,10 (1) 10,10,10}
= {10,3 (1)(1)(1) 2} = {10,3 (2) 2}.

**GG Editor's Notation** -

add x1 = x+1,
minus x- = x-1,
separator ,[T] ≡
(T)

Expression U = a,b1,X
has nest U' = {a,b,X}

and if U = a,2,X
nest U' = {a,1,X} = a

Example
{a,b (1)(1) 1,2 (1) 2} write
U =
a,b,[1],[1]1,2,[1]2

reduce to
a,*..*[1]*.*a,*..*[1]U',1,[1]2 *:b :b*
in Beaf, with
a,*..* *:b* ≡ b^1 & a,

or reduce to
a,*..*[1]a,*..*[1]U',[1]2 *:b :b*
in Bean & Bird.

further to
a,p,1,...[1]1,...[1]2 or
a,p,[1]1,[1]2 or even
a,p,[1],[1]2,

next to
a,*..*[1]*.*a,*..* *:p :p*
where all Preceding Structures are exploded

(or to
a,*..* *:p* ≡ p^1 & a
if just Prime Blocks are exploded - *not here).

Count down all (super-dimensional) parameters to 1
not to 0.

**Xappol Group** -
includes the unspeakably huge xappol, xappolplex, and the grand xappol.
Below is the xappol
`3→→→11→9`

written out!

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |
= xappol {10,10 (2) 2} - YIKES!!!!!

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |
= {10,10 (1)(1)(1)(1)(1)(1)(1)(1)(1)(1) 2}

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

|10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10 |

~~\10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10/~~

A more compact way to write xappol (prounounced ZAP pul) is
{10,10 (2) 2} = 10^2 & 10. Xappolplex = xappol^2 & 10 =
{10,xappol (2) 2} - in otherwords it is a xappol by xappol array of tens!
The grand xappol `3→→→↑11→2`

= {10,10 (2) 3} - these numbers are beginning to
break past the planar (2-D) arrays - these numbers are larger than
anyone can begin to imagine!!

**a,b1,[2]2** **<~** 3→→→a1→b
**a,b,[2]c1** **<≈** 3→→→↑b1→c
**a,b,[2]c,d** **<≈** 3→→→↑↑c→d
**a,b,[2],[1]2** **<~** 3→→↑→a1→b
**a,b,[2],[1]..2** *,[1]:c* **<~** 3→→↑^{..}→a1→b *↑:c*
**<≈** **{b,c1,[2],[2]2}** **<~** 3→↑→→b1→c1
**a,b,[2]..2** *,[2]:c1* **<~** 3→↑^{..}→→a1→b *↑:c*
**<≈** **{b1,c1,[3]2}** **<~** 3→→→→b1→c1
**a,b,[d]2** **<~** 3→^{..}a→b *→:d1* **<≈** 3→↓b1→d
**a,b,[d]..2** *,[d]:c1* **<~** 3→↑^{..}→^{..}a1→b *↑:c →:d*
**a,b,[d]c1** **<≈** 3→^{..}↑b1→c *→:d1* **<≈** 3→↓3→d1

**Colossol Group** -
includes dimentri, colossol, colossolplex,
terossol, terossolplex, petossol, petossolplex, ectossol, ectossolplex,
zettossol, zettosolplex, yottossol, yottossolplex, xennossol,
xennossolplex, and dimendecal. We are now going full force into the
dimensional arrays.
Dimentri ```
{3,3,[3]2}
```

= 3^3 & 3 = 3 x 3 x 3 array of 3's =
{3,3,3 (1) 3,3,3 (1) 3,3,3 (2) 3,3,3 (1) 3,3,3 (1) 3,3,3 (2) 3,3,3 (1)
3,3,3 (1) 3,3,3} - think of a cube of 3's with 3 3's to the edge -
that's the array. Colossol
**<~** 3→→→→3→3`3→→→→10→10`

= 10^3 & 10 = {10,10 (3) 2} - here
imagine a 10x10x10 cube of 10's. Colossolplex = colossol^3 & 10 =
{10,colossol (3) 2} - here imagine a cube of tens that is so huge,
there isn't enough universes to hold even a tiny fraction of it - it is
a colossol by colossol by colossol cube of tens. Terossol = 10^4 &
10 = {10,10 (4) 2} - which is a 10 by 10 by 10 by 10 tesseract of tens.
Terossolplex = terossol^4 & 10. Petossol is a size 10 penteract of
tens - a 10^5 array of tens that is. Petossolplex is a size petossol
penteract of tens. Ectossol is the value of a size 10 hexeract (six
dimensional cube) of tens. Ectossolplex is an ectossol size hexeract of
tens. Zettossol, yottossol, and xennossol are 7,8, and 9 dimensional
size ten arrays of tens - in otherwords: 10^n & 10 = {10,10 (n) 2}
where n=7,8,and 9 respectively.
Dimendecal ```
{10,10,[10]2}
```

= 10^10 & 10's - which
is a 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 array of 10's.**<~** 3→→→→→→→→→→→10→10
**<~** 3→↓11→10

**Gongulus Group** - includes gongulus,
gongulusplex, gongulusduplex, gongulustriplex, and gongulusquadraplex.
Now the dimensional arrays are breaking at the seams.
Gongulus `3→↓11→100`

is utterly unspeakably enormous - it is the result of solving a size ten 100
dimensional array of 10's (10^100 & 10 that is) = {10,10 (100) 2} -
there will be a googol tens in the form of a hundred dimensional cube,
which seems to never come to an end when trying to solve. Just to shake
you up a bit, the much much **much** smaller number {10,10,3 (99)
2} can best be described as follows: 1) start with 10, 2) next get a
size ten 99-D array, 3) now get a size X 99-D array where X is the
result of stage 2, 4) now get a size Y 99-D array where Y is the result
of stage 3,....go to stage ten, call that number T2, keep going - all
the way to stage T2 - call that number T3, now keep going to stage T3 -
call this number T4 - keep this trend up until you get to stage T10 -
that will be {10,10,3 (99) 2} - notice how the 10,10,3 works like
linear arrays but acting on expanding a 99-D array's size. Now consider
{10^99 & 10 (99) 2} - MUCH larger now, but still NO where near a
gongulus which is {10,10 (100) 2} = {10^99 & 10 (99) 10^99 & 10
(99) 10^99 & 10 (99) 10^99 & 10 (99) 10^99 & 10 (99) 10^99
& 10 (99) 10^99 & 10 (99) 10^99 & 10 (99) 10^99 & 10
(99) 10^99 & 10}. A gongulusplex
`3→↓2→3→2`

is {10,10 (gongulus) 2} which is a size 10 -
gongulus dimensional array of 10's!
Gongulusduplex is {10,10 (gongulusplex) 2},
continue this trend for gongulustriplex and quadraplex.

**a,b,[1,1]2** = **a,b,[b]2** **<≈** 3→↓3→b1
**a,b,[1,1]c1** **<≈** 3→↓*..*3→b1 *:c* **<~** 3→↓↑b1→c

**Dulatri Group** -
includes dulatri, gingulus, trilatri,
gangulus, geengulus, gowngulus, and gungulus. This is the beginning of
tetrational arrays, actually the beginning of superdimensional arrays.
Dulatri
```
= {3,3 (0,2) 2} = {3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3
& 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3
& 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (2,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3
& 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3
& 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (2,1) 3^3
& 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3
& 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3
& 3}. the (0,1) separates dimensional groups, the same way (n)
separates n-D structures. (0,1) can be thought of as (0+1*x) = (x) -
which represents x^x structures being separated. (1,1) separates rows
of dimensional groups, (n,1) separates n-D regions of dimensional
groups. (0,2) separates groups of groups - so in the dulatri array {3,3
(0,2) 2} - the 2 is in the second group of groups, and the 3,3 is in
the first group of groups. Dulatri then is a size 3 - x^2x array of
3's. {3,3 (0,1) 2} = 3^3 & 3 by the way.
```

Gingulus
= {10,100 (0,2) 2} = 100^100 array of D's where D is a 100^100
array of 10's. - so the gingulus array is a 100 dimensional array of
100-D dimensional groups, which is a size 100 - x^2x array of 10's.
Trilatri
```
= {3,3 (0,3) 2} = {A (0,2) A (0,2) A (1,2) A (0,2) A (0,2) A (1,2) A
(0,2) A (0,2) A (2,2) A (0,2) A (0,2) A (1,2) A (0,2) A (0,2) A (1,2) A
(0,2) A (0,2) A (2,2) A (0,2) A (0,2) A (1,2) A (0,2) A (0,2) A (1,2) A
(0,2) A (0,2) A} where A represents "3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3
(0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3
(1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (2,1) 3^3 & 3
(0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3
(0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3
(2,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3
(0,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3 (1,1) 3^3 & 3 (0,1) 3^3 & 3
(0,1) 3^3 & 3" - this is a size 3 - x^3x array of 3's. Gangulus =
{10,100 (0,3) 2}, geengulus = {10,100 (0,4) 2}, gowngulus = {10,100
(0,5) 2}, and gungulus
```

```
= {10,100 (0,6) 2} - which is a size 100 - x^6x
array of 10's.
```

```
```

**Bongulus Group** -
this group includes bongulus, bingulus,
bangulus, and beengulus, they are defined as {10,100 (0,0,1) 2),
{10,100 (0,0,2) 2}, {10,100 (0,0,3) 2}, and {10,100 (0,0,4) 2}
respectively. Bongulus ```
uses a size 100 - x^x^2 array of 10's, beengulus
uses a size 100 - x^(4x^2) array of 10's. The bongulus group is still
using low order superdimensional arrays.
```

```
```

** Higher
Superdimensional Group** - includes trimentri,
trongulus, quadrongulus, and goplexulus. Trimentri

= {3,3 (0,0,0,1) 2}
which is a size 3 - x^(x^3) array of 3's - it is also a 1 trimensional
array = {3,3 ((0,1)1) 2} - in otherwords a size 3 x^x^x array of 3's, a
3 tetrated to 3 array of 3's - a trimension is a dimension of dimension
of dimensions. To help see this, let R represent a line (R for real
numbers which is graphed like a line) - R^3 = 3 dimensions, R^R = R^R^1
- is 1 super dimension, R^R^4 = 4 super dimensions. R^R^R = R^R^R^1 = 1
trimension. R^R^R = R tetrated to 3 = {R,3,2}. Even though trimentri is
defined with trimensions, it's array is of the higher superdimensional
sizes. Trongulus = {10,100 (0,0,0,1) 2}, and quadrongulus = {10,100
(0,0,0,0,1) 2} = size 100 - x^x^4 array of 10's. Goplexulus

= {10,100 (0,0,0,.......,0,0,1) 2} - where there are 100 0's -
this is a size 100 - x^x^100 array of 10's.```
```

**Trimensional Group** -
includes goduplexulus (pronounced GO du PLEK su lus) - goduplexulus
```
is {10,100 ((100)1) 2} which is a size 100
- x^x^x^100 array of 10's - following is another trimensional array
example: {3,3 (4,2 (1) 6,7 (1) 7,8 (2) 7,8,5) 2} - the (4,2 (1)
6....8,5) represents separations between two x^(4+2x+ (6+7x)x^x +
(7+8x)x^2x + (7+8x+5x^2)x^x^2) structures.
```

**Higher Tetrational Group** -
includes gotriplexulus, goppatoth, and goppatothplex.
Gotriplexulus
```
= {10,100 ((0,0,0,....,0,0,1)1) 2 -
with 100 0's - this is a size 100 - x^x^x^x^100 array of 10's.
In dimensional arrays there are x^n structures (n being a positive
integer), in superdimensional arrays, there are x^n structures (n being
a positive valued polynomial = sum(i is a positive integer) mx^i), in
trimensions there are x^n structures where n is a positive valued
bipolynomial = sum(i in set of positive valued polynomials) mx^i, in
quadramensions there are x^n structures where n is a positive valued
tripolynomial, etc. Goppatoth
```

```
= 10^^100 & 10's = size 10 -
x^x^x^x^x^...........^x (100 x's) array of 10's, where
goppatothplex is a 10^^goppatoth & 10's (& denotes "array of").
Goppatoth can also be wrote as {10,100,2) & 10
- which means a {10,100,2) array of tens = 10^^100 array of tens.
```

**Higher Pentation Group** -
includes triakulus, kungulus, and
kungulusplex - even the arrays themselves are extremely difficult to
imagine. Triakulus
```
= {3,3,3} & 3 = 3^^^3 array of 3's - first one
would need to invision a pentational array - and then fill this 3
pentated to 3 array full of 3's - and then solve it using my exploding
array function - this number is utterly unspeakably huge. Kungulus =
{10,100,3} & 10 = 10^^^100 array of tens. Kungulusplex
```

```
= {10,kungulus,3} & 10 = 10^^^kungulus array of tens.
```

**Higher Operation Groups** -
includes quadrunculus, tridecatrix,
and humongulus. Quadrunculus
```
= {10,100,4} & 10 = 10^^^^100 array of tens,
tridecatrix = {10,10,10} & 10 = 3 & 10 & 10 =
10^^^^^^^^^^10 array of tens !!! - trying to solve this will cause
anyone to get hopelessly lost trying to sort out all of the various
array structures. Humongulus
```

```
= {10,10,100} & 10 =
10^^^^^^^^^^^^`````^^^^10 (100 ^'s) array of tens.
```

**Golapulus Group** -
includes golapulus and golapulusplex.
Golapulus = {10,100} & 10 & 10 = {10,10 (100) 2} & 10 - in
otherwords it is a "10^100 array of tens" array of tens - a
golapulusplex is a {10,100} & 10 & 10 & 10 = ""10^100 array
of tens" array of tens" array of tens. To get an idea of the size of
golapulus - consider the 10^100 array that generates gongulus, but dont
solve it to a number - use this array to generate a structure - this
"gongularray-space" structure will hold a gongulus entries when done -
now fill THAT structure with tens.

**The Big Boowa** -
this number is outrageous - it needs to be
represented with legion arrays. Big boowa = {3,3,3 / 2} - where {3,3 /
2} = 3&3&3 = triakulus. To get a feel of how big the big boowa
is - think along these lines: stage 1: 3, stage 2: 3&3&3 =
triakulus, stage 3: 3&3&3&3&3&.........&3 - a
triakulus times, keep going to stage 3&3&3&3......3 -
triakulus times: - this is the big boowa! {a,b / 2} =
a&a&a&a&...&a b times. The great big boowa = {3,3,4
/ 2}. The grand boowa = {3,3,big boowa / 2}.

**Wompogulus Group** -
includes super gongulus and wompogulus.
Super gongulus = {10,10 (100) 2 / 2} - used to be called bongulus (this
name has been assigned to a different number). Wompogulus = {10,10 (10)
2 / 100}.

**Guapamonga Group** -
includes guapamonga and guapamongaplex.
Guapamonga = 10^100 legion array of 10^100 arrays of ten =
{A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A(/2)A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A(/2)......(/99)....A/A} -
where this array is a 10^100 array of A's divided by the legion bars
and where A is a 10^100 array of tens. Guapamongaplex = 10^guapamonga
legion array of 10^guapamonga arrays of ten.

**The Big Hoss** -
"my goodness this number's huge - good gosh
ol' mighty knows!, I sholy don't know wut ta tell ya!" as my late
grandpa (who my brothers and I nicknamed "Hoss") would of said. This
number is {100,100 //////.......///// 2} - with 100 /'s. We can call
{big hoss, big hoss /////.......///// 2} - with big hoss /'s - the
great big hoss. John Spencer suggested naming {100,100 /////....../////
100} - 100 /'s the grand hoss.

**The Big Bukuwaha Group** -
during an e-mail session with Spencer,
we came up with these numbers. Bukuwaha = {100,100 A 2} -
where A is a 100^100 array of legion marks (/). Big Bukuwaha = {100,100
B 2} where B is a {100,100 A 2} array of "lugion" marks (\). Bongo
Bukuwaha = {100,100 C 2} - where C is a {100,100 B 2} array of "lagion"
marks (|). Quabinga Bukuwaha = {100,100 D 2} where D is a {100,100 C 2}
array of "ligion marks" (-). Also in this area would be the Goshomity =
{100,100 \\\...\\\ 2} (100 \'s) and the Good Goshomity = {100,100
\\\\....\\\\ 2} - with a goshomity \'s.

**Meameamealokkapoowa Group** -
contains meameamealokkapoowa
and meameamealokkapoowa oompa - I finally came up with working
definitions after a few e-mails with Spencer who first asked for the
definitions of these numbers, meameamealokkapoowa = {L100,10}_{10,10} and meameamealokkapoowa oompa = {LLL....*a*.....LLL,10}_{10,10} - where *a* = {L100,10}_{10,10}
array of L's - trying to comprehend the size of this number is like
trying to comprehend the size of God - see the array notations page to
find out what these notations mean. It is pronounced (ME ya ME ya ME ya
LOCK a POO wa) - where did I come up with this name you may ask, well
actually the name came from the Crystal Dynamics game Gex - at the
beginning of the tribal level, you hear a distant native yell out
"meameamealokkapoowa" nobody knew what this unseen native was trying to
say - until now.