Le 03-janv.-07, à 05:24, Brent Meeker wrote (to Mark Peaty)

Remember that Bruno is a logician. When he writes "infinite" he really means infinite - not "really, really big" as physicists do. Almost all numbers are bigger than 10^120, which is the biggest number that appears in physics (and it's wrong).

It is wrong? What number are you thinking about ? (I'm just curious).
A case can be made that 10^154 occurs in physics through the relationship between String Theories and the Monster Group. More exactly:

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