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    Just for the record (my own one, mainly) last citation search yielded an H number of 16. I hit 15 by the beginning of this year, and 14 almost exactly one year ago, which increasing intervals of 5 and 8 months for each increment. Next one by July next year, I guess.
    That dynamics will eventually stop, because if it didn't, it would be impossible for anybody to have an H of 40 or 50. But who knows where the turning point is.
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    2008-08-25 10:42 | 3 Comment(s) | Filed in Just_A_Scientist

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    De: Anónima Fecha: 2008-08-26 11:39


    De: JJ Fecha: 2008-08-26 12:16


    De: Marcelo Fecha: 2008-09-03 07:41

    Hi, JJ!

    Congratulations, JJ! :D

    Let's celebrate playing Super Mario Kart in SNES. :)

    Chuck Norris has an H Number much bigger than the infinite itself! :)



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