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Yukihoshi13 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! Beautiful! sparkle emote 
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
Thank you! :aww:
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Yukihoshi13 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your welcome! ^^
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kara-li Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
oh neat!
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Abyss-Valkyrie Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Oh myyy!Amazing!!
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1618Tori Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2012   Writer
Wait a minute??
Is that sugar you've put the watch in? Haha

Gorgeous picture too X)
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2012
Haha, no, it's just snow on the front porch. :D
That would be a lot of sugar, though! :D
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1618Tori Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2012   Writer
:O That's cool! I wouldn't know what snow looks like up close. I live in Queensland, Aus. So I never gets cold enough :(
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2012
Really?
Bet my mom would love to live there, then; she's always cold. :D
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1618Tori Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012   Writer
Haha, it is quite nice :D
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Have a wonderful day!
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2012
Thank you!!:hug:
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Most welcome :tighthug:
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Numbers are an amazing thing especially the things you can do with numbers, you can take two or more concepts in mathematics and joine them like taking positive and negative operations and puttings them on a coordiante system. Before I go into this I need to explain what some notations mean to get an idea of how big the numbers get or how they are represented. Exponentiation is obviously repeated Multiplication but the fourth operation Tetration is the next operation up and is repeated Exponentiation for example 7 Tetrated to 10 would be 7^7^7^7^7^7^7, 149 Tetrated to 6 would be 149^149^149^149^149^149, 5 Tetration to 11 would be 5^5^5^5^5^5^5^5^5^5^5 and 7 Tetration to 3 would be 7^7^7 so imagine what other numbers would be, Pentation would be the next operation up from Tetration or repeated Tetration, there would be at least as much difference between Tetration and Pentation as there would be Exponentiation and Tetration, I had to say these first. You could make a type of X axis of mathematical operations and their likewise names, this is really a series of operations you could make with assigning names and fitting syntax alittle that would be something like this. Negative Eightation (The negative Eightillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^3x10^240+3), Negative Fiftation (The negative Fiftillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^3x10^150+3), Negative Thirtation (The negative Thirtillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^3x10^90+3), Negative Octekation (The negative Octekillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^3x10^54+3), Negative Vekation (The negative Vekillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^3x10^30+3), Negative Hectillation (The negative Hectillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^300+3), Negative Icosation (The negative Icosillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^60+3), Negative Tetrecation (The negative Tetrecillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^42+3), Negative Picillation (The negative Picillionth notation, this would be 10^-3x10^12+3), Negative Nongentation (The negative Nongentillionth notation, this would be 10^-2703), Negative Ducentillation (The negative Ducentillionth notation, this would be 10^-603), Negative Centillation (The nagative Centillionth notation, this would be 10^-03), Negative Quinquagintation (The negative Quinquagintillionth notation, this would be 10^-153), Negative Trigintation (The negative Trigintillionth notation, this would be 10^-93), Rimtation (The 10^-45 notation), Sotration (The 10^-42 notation), Trektation (The 10^-39 notation), Untation (The 10^-36 notation), Planckation (The 10^-35 notation), Vunktation (The 10^-33 notation), Wektation (The 10^-30 notation), Xontation (The 10^-27 notation), Yoctation (The 10^-24 notation), Zeptation (The 10^-21 notation), Attation (The 10^-18 notation), Femptation (The 10^-15 notation), Pication (The -1,000,000,000,000 notation), Nanation (The -1,000,000,000 notation), Micration (The -1,000,000 notation), Millation (The -1,000 notation), Centation (The -100 notation), Negative Decation (The -10 notation), Noventation (The -9 notation), Negative Octation (The -8 notation), Septation (The -7 notation), Sexation (The -6 notation), Quintation (The -5 notation), Quadation or Negative Tetration (The -4 notation), Negative Exponentiation (The -3 notation), Division (The -2 notation), Subtraction (The -1 notation), Zeration (The 0 notation), Addition (The 1 notation), Multiplication (The 2 notation), Exponentiation (The 3 notation), Tetration (The 4 notation), Pentation (The 5 notation), Hexation (The 6 notation), Heptation (The 7 notation), Octation (The 8 notation), Nonation (The 9 notation), Decation (The 10 notation), Undecation (The 11 notation), Hectation (The 100 notation), Kilation (The 1,000 notation), Megation (The 1,000,000 notation), Gigation (The 1,000,000,000 notation), Teration (The 1,000,000,000,000 notation), Petation (The 10^15 notation), Exation (The 10^18 notation), Zettation (The 10^21 notation), Yattation (The 10^24 notation), Xonation (The 10^27 notation), Wekation (The 10^30 notation), Vundation (The 10^33 notation), Udation (The 10^36 notation), Tredation (The 10^39 notation), Sortation (The 10^42 notation), Rintation (The 10^45 notation), Trigintation (The Trigintillionth notation, a Trigintillion is 10^93), Quinquagintation (The Quinquagintationth notation, a Quinquagintillion is 10^153), Centillation (The Centillionth notation, a Centillion is 10^303), Ducentillation (The Ducentillionth notation, a Ducentillion is 10^603), Nongentation (The Nongentillionth notation, A Nongentillion is 10^2703), Picillation (The Picillionth notation, a Picillion is 10^3x10^12+3), Tetrecation (The Terecillionth notation, a Tetrecillion is 10^3x10^42+3), Icosation (The Icosillionth notation, an Icosillion is 10^3x10^60+3), Hectillation (The Hectillionth notation, a Hectillion is 10^3x10^300+3), Vekation (The Vekillionth notation, a Vekillion is 10^3x10^3x10^30+3), Octekation (The Octekillionth notation, an Octekillion is 10^3x10^3x10^54+3), Thirtation (The Thirtillionth notation, a Thirtillion is 10^3x10^3x10^90+3), Fiftation (The Fiftillionth notation, a Fiftillion is 10^3x10^3x10^150+3), Eightation (The Eightillionth notation, an Eightillion is 10^3x10^3x10^240+3), Potation (The Potillionth notation, a Potillion is 10^(3x10^(3x10^1500) +3)), Notillation (The Notillionth notation, a Notillion is 10^(3x10^(3x10^2700) +3)), Zalation (The Zalillionth notation, a Zalillion is 10^(3x10^(3x10^21,000) +3)), Awkation (The Awkillionth notation, an Awkillion is 10^(3*10^ (3*10^300,000,000) +3)), Solation (The Solillionth notation, a Solillion is 10^(3x10^(3x10^3septillion) +3)), Gaxation (The Gaxillionth notation, a Gaxillion is 10^(3x10^(3x10^3decillion) +3)), Multation (The Multillionth notation, a Multillion is 10^(3x10^(3x10^3tredecillion) +3)), Googolquadriplexation (The Googolquadriplexth notation, a Googolquadriplex is 10^10^10^10^10^100), Googolseptaplexation (The Googolseptaplexth notation, a Googolseptaplex is 10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^100), Googolnonaplexation (The Googolnonaplexth notation, a Googolnonaplex is 10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^100), Tripentation (The Tripenth notation, a Tripent is 5 pentated to 5), Gaggolplexation (The Gaggolplexth notation, a Gaggolplex is 10 pentated to gaggol), Triseptation (The Triseptianth notation, a Trisept is 7 heptated to 7), Gagolplexation (The Gagolplexianth notation, a Gagolplex is {10,gagol,9}), Boogolplexation (The Boogolplexianth notation, a Boogolplex is {10,10,boogol}), Biggation (The Biggolth notation, a Biggol is {10,10,100,2}), Beegolplexation (The Beegolplexianth notation, a Beegolplex is {10,10,beegol,4}), Tetratration (The Tetratrith notation, a Tetratri is {3,3,3,3}), Triggation (The Triggolth notation, a Triggol is {10,10,10,100,2}), Treegation (The Treegolth notation, a Treegol is {10,10,10,100,4}), Pentadecation (The Pentadecalth notation, a Pentadecal is {10,10,10,10,10}), Quadriggolplexation (The Quadriggolplexianth notation, a Quadriggoplex is {10,10,10,10,quadriggol,2}), Quadroggation (The Quadroggolth notation, a Quadroggol is {10,10,10,10,100,6}), Pentatration (The Pentatrith notation, a Pentatri is {3,3,3,3,3}), Quinteegation (The Quinteegolth notation, a Quinteegol {10,10,10,10,10,100,4}), Octadecation (The Octadecalth notation, an Octadecal is {10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10}), Sextoogation (The Sextoogolth notation, a Sextoogol is {10,10,10,10,10,10,100}), Iteralplexation (The Iteralplexianth notation, an Iteralplex is {10,10,10,10,10,10,...........,10,10,10} (iteral 10's)), Truperdecation (The Truperdecalth notation, a Truperdecal is {10,duperdecal (1) 2}), Geebation (The Geebolth notation, a Geebol is {10,100,4 (1) 2}), Bibbation (The Bibbolth notation, a Bibbol is {10,10,100,2 (1) 2}), Babation (The Babolth notation, a Babol is {10,10,100,7 (1) 2}), Treebation (The Treebolth notation, a Treebol is {10,10,10,100,3 (1) 2}), Trabation (The Trabolth notation, a Trabol is {10,10,10,100,7 (1) 2}), Quadribation (The Quadribolth notation, a Quadribol is {10,10,10,10,100,5 (1) 2}), Quintabbation (The Quintabbolth notation, a Quintabbol is {10,10,10,10,10,100,3 (1) 2}), Gootration (The Gootrolth notation, a Gootrol is {10,100 (1) 3}), Booquadrol (The Booquadrolth notation, a Booquadrol is {10,10,100 (1) 4}), Gietration (The Gietrolth notation, a Gietrol is {10,100,5 (1) 3}), Gooquintation (The Gooquintolth notation, a Gooquintol {10,100 (1) 5}), Gissation (The Gissolth notation, a Gissol is {10,10 (1) 100,2}), Mossation (The Mossolth notation, a Mossol is {10,10 (1) 10,100}), Mussation (The Mussolth notation, a Mussol is {10,10 (1) 10,100,5}), Beesation (The Beesolth notation, a Beesol is {10,10 (1) 10,10,100,4}), Treesation (The Treesolth notation, a Treesol is {10,10 (1) 10,10,10,100,4}), Dutration (The Dutrolth notation, a Dutrol is {10,100 (1)(1) 3}), Xappation (The Xappolth notation, a Xappol is 10 by 10 array of 10's), Colossalplexation (The Colossalplexianth notation, a Colossalplex is colossal x colossal x colossal array of 10's), Ectossation (The Ectossolth notation, an Ectossol is the value of a size 10 hexeract (six dimensional cube) of tens), Dimendecation (The Dimendecalth notation, a Dimendecal is 10x10x10x10x10x10x10x10x10x10 array of 10's), Trilatration (The Trilatrith notation, a Trilatri is {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), Bongulation (The Bongulusth notation, a Bongulus is {10,100 (0,0,1) 2)), Trongulation (The Trongulusianth notation, a Trongulus is {10,100 (0,0,0,1) 2}), Goppatothplexation (The Goppatothplexianth notation, a Goppatothplex is {10,goppatoth,4} array of 10's), Quadrunculation (The Quadrunculusianth notation, a Quadrunculus is {10,100,4} & 10 = 10^^^^100 array of tens), Golapulusplexation (The Golapulusplexianth notation, a Golapulusplex is a * "10^100 array of tens" array of tens* array of tens), Wompogulation (The Wompogulusianth notation, a Wompogulus is 10^10 "100th level" exploded array of 10's), Meamation (The Meameamealokkapoowath notation, a Meameamealokkapoowa is {L100,10}10,10) and so many other possible notations. You could even take the patturn these numbers are going by and continue the recursion by their own array then have this array go by as much as the largest number, after this take what was just done and the orginal list and count them as twosteps and continue this patturn for the last number in this list number of times and even continue that patturn of building numbers for that number of times. Because Exponentiation, Tetration and Pentation are notations this means that there can be notations so higher that they are notations that need and exponent for themselves and even Tetrate themselves causing a second level of Exponentiation and Tetration. After this this second layer of notations can get so high that they need and exponent starting a third layer of Exponentiation and so on. Building layer after layer there can become enough layers that there needs to be an exponent to represent the number of layers and even a Tetration from them. You could count regular notations and what was just described as two notation dimentions and add enough notation dimentions to need an exponent for them interestingly. This is not just a bunch of random numebrs or even operations, these really could be done. It just gets confusing when tracking the notations levels and amounts. In a weird sense this leads to a recursive paradox because you end up first: having layers of mathematics as you get with higher numbers the first layers being regular numbers like 1, 2, 3, 4, then you have operations like Addition, Multiplication, Exponentiation, Tetration, then you have notation levels like a notation so high that you need an exponent for that, then a Tetration of operations, a Pentation of operations untill you get into another layer you could call the poetic layer of mathematics where you deal with msotly words and almost never deal with actual numbers. From these four layers you could take this patturn and say instead of 4, 10 or 27 mathematical layers have a Tetration of mathematical layers, then a Tetration of operations of these layers untill you get into the peotic realm, this would make a second set of mathematical layers or a hyper layer and this could continue untill you get into 10, 20 or 10,000,000,000 hyper layers of mathematics starting a recursive paradox of mathematical concepts and higher and higher layers and representative notations. This would almost cancell out mathematics as we know it because the recursive paradox would be beyond number or proper quantities and leak into the peotic descriptions of them. Thank you for this.
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You've been featured here: [link] :dalove:
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2012
Thank you! :heart::hug:
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CheeseForEveryone Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
loove the watch, where'd u get it?
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
Etsy.com. :) If you search "vintage pocket watch necklace" you'll get several similar results. :)
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CheeseForEveryone Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
oh cool thanks ;)
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Ann-MarieLoponen Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Great work, dear! Day 10? :clap:
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
Thank you! :heart: Day 10 already...I'll get to day 30 and think "now what?". :D
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Ann-MarieLoponen Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
It's very possible, that you might feel like that... :D
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SweetDragonSeeker Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
Oooh. It looks like a scene from a movie, ya know? This is beautiful! :)
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Leafbreeze7 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2012
Thank you! :heart::hug:
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