en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Googolplex

**A googolplex** is the number 10, or equivalently, 10^{(10100)}. Written out in ordinary
decimal ... **Writing** the number would take an extreme amount of **time**: if a person
can **write** two digits per second, then **writing a googolplex** would take about ...

www.physicsforums.com/threads/how-long-for-a-computer-to-write-out-a-googolplex.690823

**A Googol** is 10^{100}, which is 1 followed by 100 zeroes. ... to print the value, its
pretty safe to say that the **time** required > the age of the universe.

www.quora.com/How-long-time-would-it-take-to-write-out-a-googolplex-in-1-numbers-with-chalk-on-the-pavement-How-long-distance-would-it-be

Probably the quickest way to get there (in base 10) is to **write** the number “1” as a
straight line. I could probably do four a second. That would ...

www.procrastinators.org/googolplex.html

Keep in mind that this is like **writing** 1,000,000 for a million. Counting to a million (
i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4, ...) would take a much longer **time** (and more paper).

www.googolplexwrittenout.com

In 1940, the mathematician Edward Kasner published the book "Mathematics
and the Imagination", in which he popularized the words **googol** and **googolplex**
...

mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/59174.html

Date: 11/18/97 at 00:02:53 From: Eich Subject: **Googolplex** Can you tell me how
many ... For instance, the number of seconds since the beginning of **time** is only
... you still would not have been able to **write** down **a googolplex**, since there are
...

boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/archive/index.php/t-123040.html

**A googolplex** is a one followed by **a googol** of zeros (or is it "followed ... eighteen
months, a computer can "**write**" **a googolplex** in half the **time**.

www.googolplex.com

The worlds second largest number with a name. The number One followed by **a**
**googol** of zeros.

plus.maths.org/content/too-big-write-not-too-big-graham

Sep 4, 2014 **...** Graham's number is also bigger than **a googolplex**, which Milton initially ... room
in the Universe to **write** down all **googol**+1 digits of **a googolplex**. ... that was, at
the **time**, the biggest explicitly defined number ever published.