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Given that the number of primes under x has been calculated to x=10^24, I should think that this would be "easy", or at least "possible in a reasonable amount of time", but as it turns out, the "coders" who determined the present "world record" ω(1,100,000,000,000)=704,398,597,754 informed me that determining ω(10^13) would probably take about a year, so I doubt that their machines are powerful enough to determine ω(10^18)within our lifetimes!
Do you think we will get to the last prime number that will reveal the meaning of everything?
Yes, but what's the point?
So how did you get the idea Don?It would be immensely cool if you were right of course
Then your idea should work equivalently well for other constants too, if we were to assume that, don't you agree?