I just wrote my first post on jj.net and everything it says is 160. This is pretty hopeless, I kinda feel like I mean nothing when I'm tagged with a number, additionally one being so far from any special number. It's just "another" number, accidentally finding its place between 159 and 161. Meaningless. No one cares about such numbers. Because seriously, you can now check Wikipedia and tell me that this number is oh so special, the sum of the first 11 primes and stuff, but then, why would it matter? This number will never get as famous as, say, 100, just because it's not characteristic enough between all those other numbers. And even though it may have so special properties, it'll be left unnoticed, except by its friends, family and possibly some random no-lifers having no better stuff to do.

I just wrote my first post on jj.net and everything it says is 160. This is pretty hopeless, I kinda feel like I mean nothing when I'm tagged with a number, additionally one being so far from any special number. It's just "another" number, accidentally finding its place between 159 and 161. Meaningless. No one cares about such numbers. Because seriously, you can now check Wikipedia and tell me that this number is oh so special, the sum of the first 11 primes and stuff, but then, why would it matter? This number will never get as famous as, say, 100, just because it's not characteristic enough between all those other numbers. And even though it may have so special properties, it'll be left unnoticed, except by its friends, family and possibly some random no-lifers having no better stuff to do.
Well that's how the world works, I guess.

I dissagree with u SE. the number 160 didnt "accidently" find his place between 159 and 161, he chose to be there, it was destined to belong there. He had to accept it wherever he likes it or not, and he seems to have no problems with it, otherwise he'd have complained like "The Zero" has. i mean, would u like to be between pozitive and negative?

Also even my post is incorrect, for we do not know if the number 160 is male or female, but i kept writing "he".Whats the purpouse of the numbers, what do they really want and what they actually mean... we will never know.

All we can do is....... COUNT!

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I dissagree with u SE. the number 160 didnt "accidently" find his place between 159 and 161, he chose to be there, it was destined to belong there. He had to accept it wherever he likes it or not, and he seems to have no problems with it, otherwise he'd have complained like "The Zero" has. i mean, would u like to be between pozitive and negative?
Also even my post is incorrect, for we do not know if the number 160 is male or female, but i kept writing "he".Whats the purpouse of the numbers, what do they really want and what they actually mean... we will never know.
All we can do is....... [size=17][color=red]COUNT![/color][/size]
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he chose to be there, it was destined to belong there. He had to accept it wherever he likes it or not

You can't mix the two, choice and destiny I mean, as believing in destiny is basically believing in no choice. In our case only the destiny part applies - it's not like you can choose who you are, where are you born or what's your family like. 160 can put a mask on, trying to prove it's actually π (pi), but only the most naive people fall for it, and only until some habits of 160 show up (e.g. being a natural number). Also, the example you used, 0, has actually the least reasons to complain. See, it's a damn popular number, a very unique one, having the most unusual properties. You can't divide by it, it's not positive nor negative, and people keep discussing what should actually 0^0 be equal to. Its neighborhood is a special one too, with 1 being the first natural number (or if considering 0 a natural number, the first positive natural number), very symbolical and with some unique properties too, and -1, which got its own letters "i", "j" and "ι" (all three meaning just one number! - how many numbers get something like that?) for denoting one of its square roots, additionally having its own name - the "imaginary unit".

It's obviously not everything. 160 doesn't know just how lucky it is to be a natural number, instead of some random mixed number, like "53,73", those are even more forgotten, especially the ones with more digits. Oh man, and the worst cases are transcendental numbers. Poor things. Of course there are some more lucky ones between them, like the aforementioned π or the Champernowne constant, but infinitely more of them did never appear useful and were never given names or lives.

Uh, and also the number I'm supposed to post now is 166. The 8th Smith number, if anyone cares.

[quote]he chose to be there, it was destined to belong there. He had to accept it wherever he likes it or not[/quote]
You can't mix the two, choice and destiny I mean, as believing in destiny is basically believing in no choice. In our case only the destiny part applies - it's not like you can choose who you are, where are you born or what's your family like. 160 can put a mask on, trying to prove it's actually π (pi), but only the most naive people fall for it, and only until some habits of 160 show up (e.g. being a natural number). Also, the example you used, 0, has actually the least reasons to complain. See, it's a damn popular number, a very unique one, having the most unusual properties. You can't divide by it, it's not positive nor negative, and people keep discussing what should actually 0^0 be equal to. Its neighborhood is a special one too, with 1 being the first natural number (or if considering 0 a natural number, the first positive natural number), very symbolical and with some unique properties too, and -1, which got its own letters "i", "j" and "ι" (all three meaning just one number! - how many numbers get something like that?) for denoting one of its square roots, additionally having its own name - the "imaginary unit".
It's obviously not everything. 160 doesn't know just how lucky it is to be a natural number, instead of some random mixed number, like "53,73", those are even more forgotten, especially the ones with more digits. Oh man, and the worst cases are transcendental numbers. Poor things. Of course there are some more lucky ones between them, like the aforementioned π or the Champernowne constant, but infinitely more of them did never appear useful and were never given names or lives.
Uh, and also the number I'm supposed to post now is 166. The 8th Smith number, if anyone cares.

We rode on the winds of the rising storm,
We ran to the sounds of the thunder.
We danced among the lightning bolts,
and tore the world asunder.

Excellent answer,Sir Ementaler,and I'd like to post a reply: [IMG]http://img593.imageshack.us/img593/6834/cakeicon.png[/IMG]
Yes,it's cake. CAKE FOR EVERYONE!
167 btw