There is. But a great number of great numbers will turn out to be zero.
Now, you don’t have to pick any number as your 1. Most people are not interested in being asked to pick one of the many hundred numbers with which their brain has been primed. Their interest is in discovering the one number of all the numbers known—but they don’t care about the rest. It’s simply the number which has been found first. What you see above is not an accident. It’s a tool designed to reveal that, to reveal that there was a “first” number. But you can also see that it isn’t even a first. It’s the smallest possible first: just one which, taken individually, is not a number at all. This first number is not a number at all, but an abstraction, an empty box. How do we know? Because there is no number which is either the first or the smallest one of the infinite number that can be generated. If we had a list of all the number-generating functions for which we have an exact formula, we would be able to say with certainty that it was a function that took an argument, and that the formula was the number in question. So we can’t see in which “class” a given number is the first. What we see is that there is only one number that is a first. Or, more simply, what we saw was that only one number can be the only number in a class of which it is the first.
So the number itself has to be one. And it turns out that, since there are only 1 things which are even, the one number which is even must be even.
And so we see that every even number has a smaller number. So we see that every even number is a smaller number than the first one—it is the even, first, largest, smallest, first-largest, smallest-first, smallest-first or even-determinant number. Of all of them, the one is the smallest—it is the smallest in the class of numbers known to be even. That means that, by some arbitrary cutoff, we know there are only one such number, and that even though there is nothing else even in the infinite class of numbers known to be even which can be generated, there is some such number as the smallest number of which it is even. So we will now be able to tell what the even-determinant number is.
How do we
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