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    Hiken

    In this thread, I will be documenting my attempts to find the earliest (smallest babelia index) that contains an image that has some meaning, rather than colorful static.

    The list will go down from highest to lowest, with every new post being a image with a lower rank than the previous post.

    I’ll start with the basic canvas: a completely white background. We’ll see where we go from there.

    White background:

    16 babelions (I have dubbed ‘babelion’ the usual size of meaningful images, which is a 961760 digits number. Do note that 1 babelion is a 961759 digits number, 10 babelions is 961760, and 100 babelions is 961761 (961761 is divisible by 3)).

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    white background

    #23824 Reply

    Hiken

    Next up, blue background:

    11 babelions.

    blue background

    #23825 Reply

    Hiken

    I found another one.

    Photoshop transparent chequerboard stretched:

    9 babelions (that’s a 961759 digits number).

    Photoshop transparent chquerboard background stretched

    #23826 Reply

    Hiken

    I’m surprised at how easy I am finding lower numbers. I think eventually this luck will run out.

    Space/galaxy:

    2 babelions (962759 digits).

    space galaxy picture

    #23827 Reply

    Hiken

    Ok, now I’m a little surprised I found something like this.

    Space eye:

    0.6 babelion (that’s right, a 961758 digits number. This thing is rare as f***).

    Space Eye

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