The Bloxin Channel appears to be a YouTube Channel primarily inspired by a YouTube Channel called Numberblocks which seems to be an educational channel about basic mathematics. Specifically they created a bunch of characters formed out of blocks to represent the some of the simplest of the positive integers, beginning with 1 and continuing at least until 10. In fact there appears to be several channels inspired by the NumberBlocks channel, featuring made up NumberBlocks characters in a number video akin to the various number videos we see on YouTube.

Why does any of this matter? Well because the Bloxin Channel also appears to take inspiration from videos like those created by Mathis R.V. and NO!.

The whole "Numbers beyond Absolute Infinity" seems to have begun this way.

On May 22nd of 2021 Mathis R.V. released "Numbers 0 to Absolute Infinity !!!". This got over 1 million views. It featured basically almost everything important to googologists. of the 37 minute and 52 second runtime 36 minutes and 5 seconds were devoted to finite numbers. The last 1 minute and 47 seconds are devoted to Cantors ordinal and cardinal transfinite numbers. At the end we reach Absolute Infinity, regarded by googologist's as "the largest possible number" assuming it even exists. Naturally since that makes it an "End Number" and googology is about continuing without end, it is almost never really talked about. The work of googology is to make as many finite and infinite numbers as possible below infinity and absolute infinity respectively.

This video is important however as a jumping off point. Because having made the whole video that contains all of googology Mathis R.V. made something that could be sped up and remixed. Which is exactly what he did.

The next video is essentially a creepypasta version of the previous video.

On August 20th of 2021 Mathis R.V. releases "Numbers 0 to ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING !!!". It goes through the entirety of *Numbers 0 to Absolute Infinity !!!* in a mere 42 seconds. The music becomes distorted from running super fast. The video then repeats but this time with 4 simultaneous copies playing side by side with a slight offset in timing. When this loop ends, 16 versions fill up the screen. All the audio overlaps creating more and more distortion. The number of simultaneous version keep going up by powers of 4 until the screen is nothing but audatory and pixelated distortion. This goes on for a disturbingly long time. The video runs for a total of 43 mintues and 19 seconds, longer than the original video in fact. Eventually the video goes entirely haywire, ditching the quadrupling sequence instead becoming something outta 2001. I won't spoil it. Essentially it is the "mind screw" version of a number video. The mysterious titular "ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING" never shows up, but the title was enough ... to suggest continuing beyond Absolute Infinity. One possible Interpretation is "Absolutely Everything" would mean everything from 0 to Absolute Infinity (cause that should be everything, right?). However, my interpretation is that the video is trying to go beyond Absolute Infinity to reach this supposed Absolutely Everything ... and in the end it explodes math. This explains the video looping. It keeps cycling through 0 to Absolute Infinity in an attempt to get beyond Absolute Infinity and it keeps failing to actually go beyond it (Absolute Infinity x4 or 16 or 64 etc. is STILL just Absolute Infinity). This video is very important because it inspired NO! to start making videos past Absolute Infinity. This one only got about 138k views so is less well known.

So what happened next? NO! took inspiration from the Mathis R.V. video.

On September 11th of 2021 NO! releases "Numbers 0 to ABSOLUTE TRUE END - (Beyond the Absolute Infinity And Everything)". NO! clearly interpretted "Absolutely Everything" not as a description of covering all numbers in mathematics, but as a number itself. The proof is in the title itself, where he adds the clarification this video goes beyond Absolute Infinity and Absolute Everything. NO! didn't just introduce one new number beyond "Absolute Everything" though, but a whole host of new "numbers" beyond Absolute Infinity. This was basically the video that actually kicked off fictional googology. Much like the Mathis R.V. video *Numbers 0 to Absolute Infinity* it spends most of it's 47 minute and 55 second runtime on the finite numbers. The first 36 minutes and 50 seconds deals with tradtional googology. Cantor's transfinite numbers then begin ending at Absolute Infinity at 39 minutes and 22 seconds. The remaining 8 minutes and 33 seconds deal with so called numbers beyond Absolute Infinity. At 45 minutes and 11 seconds we reach "Absolute Everything". The last 2 minutes and 44 seconds are numbers supposedly larger than even that. This oneupmanship between Mathis R.V. and NO! is what sparked the beginning of this community. This video also has far less views than the original *Numbers 0 to Absolute Infinity* only having 191k views as of now. In a previous blogpost I provided a full list of the numbers in this video that occur after Absolute Infinity. I consider this our first "canon list". Among the numbers named in this video is *superfinity*, the first entry after *Bear's Number* in fact. This will be important later.

This brings us to the subject of this blogpost, and our earliest Bloxin video of interest.

On September 26th of 2021 The Bloxin Channel released "-1000000 To Beyond Absolute Infinity". Notice the similarity in the title from the Mathis R.V. and NO! videos. The Bloxin Channel decides to buck the trend of starting at 0. As we will see, this ends up being important. I like to think of this video as a creepypasta version of the Numberblocks videos. Here we extend the idea of block characters for numbers that would normally make no sense as block characters (hence the creepypasta element). It begins with negative numbers with inverted colors and creepy backwards playing music in the background, beginning arbitrarily with -1000000. It quickly goes through the negatives. The negative entries are:

-1000000

-100000

-10000

-1000

-100

-10

-9

-8

-7

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

-0.9

-0.8

-0.7

-0.6

-0.5

-0.4

-0.3

-0.2

-0.1

and then we get -0 at 0:44. A troll right? -0 is obviously just 0, so why have it on the list? Then things go completely insane until 1:13 (a mere 29 seconds later) when we reach ... 0. So there are a bunch of crazy entries that are "between" -0 and ... 0. We will come back to this. But first let's consider the rest of the content of the video to confirm it took some inspiration from the NO! video specifically (that came out only 15 days earlier).

After 0 it goes through the googologically small numbers beginning with *one versillionth.* This continues for quite a while until we hit the 3:06 mark when we reach 1 ... the first official Numberblocks character. Half numbers are added in for a bit, such as 1+1/2, 2+1/2, and so on. Starting at 5 we just go through the standard Numberblocks characters. This continues for a while basically serving as a review of basic googology. We have the usual illions, eventually leading to Bowers extended illions, and then eventually some googology notations are introduced. We've got some Knuth Arrow notation, Bower's Operator notation, then it quickly goes through Graham's Number, the TREE function and the SSCG function. The largest finite number entry is the 1000000th-Xi Function Number. This is followed by "Infinity" with the classic lemniscate symbol. This is followed by "infiniteplex" (10^infinity) which under some interpretations would be no larger than infinity. Some Cardinals and Ordinals show up with the occasional absurdity like aleph_1/2. Some of these numbers are out of order as well. Aleph_1 for example comes before epsilon-zero even though epsilon-zero is a countable ordinal whereas Aleph_1 is an uncountable cardinal.

At this point things just go off the rails. The video starts inventing made-up cardinal names (below Absolute Infinity) and even starts inventing new words for number types such as "Gendinal". This term would later show up on this very wiki, perhaps to avoid use of the word cardinal, since "numbers" beyond Absolute Infinity might theoretically not even be cardinals anymore. Next come the "Rondinals". Things become quite trollish after this, including reference to things that aren't even strictly numbers like "Five Pounds" (since this is a physical unit). Finally at the 10:00 mark we reach Absolute Infinity. At 10:36 we get *Transfinity,* the 16th entry after Absolute Infinity from the NO! video. Immediately after that we get *superfinity* the 165th entry after Absolute Infinity from the NO! video. A little later *megafinity* shows up, which is actually the entry just after *superfinity* in the NO! video. The fact that it uses the same names in the same order I think is enough evidence to show that the Bloxin video took inspiration from the NO! video. Unfortunately *ordinal level breaking* comes later even though it's actually only the 34th entry after Absolute Infinity in the NO! video. But some of these are clearly borrowed from NO!. The very last Infinity on the video is unfortunately hard to make out because the text can not be seen or easily seen. The closest I can make it out is "baggiragigationalfinity*",* but don't quote me on that. Also it's debatable whether that would actually surpass Absolute True End.

I may investigate the contents of this video in more detail later, in particular, the non-canon numbers above Weakly Compact Cardinal and below Absolute Infinity, as well as the numbers above Absolute Infinity, but what I'd like to draw attention to for now is the curious "numbers" that occur in the video between -0 and 0. There are exactly 14 entries.

They are as follows:

**-0**

**(1)**

Branoro

-=-=-

**(2)**

Tutanoro

[0-0]

**(3)**

Gihenoro

[*--*]

**(4)**

Jiwanoro

/.,.,.\

**(5)**

Kodanoro

" ' ^ ' "

**(6)**

Arrunoro

<><>

**(7)**

Hegirondo

([{}])

**(8)**

De-zeroed

(0^12)

0])([0

**(9)**

Beato-zeroed

(0^15)

O0o0O

**(10)**

Omegaid-zeroed

(0^33)

X0o0X

**(11)**

Pretatipeda-zeroed

(0^3003)

([-=+=-])

**(12)**

Overpayead-zeroed

(0^10^300,000,000,000+3)

([-==!==-])

**(13)**

Peeyaamoniaded-zeroed

(0.3^3^33^33^333^33^3^0.3)

00^32{00}+9(00{5}00x9^432)

**(14)**

Yipogationaragazaiationalazed-zeroed

(00.00000.000.03^^^^^^^^^432^(543x32^43))

00{1232x534^3223}00^234x32x(621^(10^10^30+3)x132)^32

**0**

I think we can safely make the assumption that the entire video is intended to be a video of numbers gradually "increasing". So no matter how illogical, if an entry occurs after another it must be thought of as "greater" at least according to the video, and if an entry occurs before another entry it must be "lesser" according to the video.

By that reasoning we can say that all 14 entries, have the property of being greater than -0 and less than 0. However since -0 and 0 are in actual fact equal one may well say that this is, strictly speaking, impossible, since it would imply being both greater and less than 0 at the same time!

Another possible interpretation, suggested by some in the comments of the video itself, are that all these numbers are simply equal to 0. That makes sense, if we define numbers whose difference is 0 to be the same number ...

However I offer another interpretation. I think the video is implying that these numbers are somehow ... impossible as it might seem ... *smaller* than 0. That is, neither greater than 0 nor less than 0 nor equal to 0, but actually a smaller size than nothing at all.

If we assume this, along with the idea that these numbers are ordered, as well as the idea that all the numbers after -0 are "not negative" (because they don't have a sign), I think we can safely say that *branoro* is intended as the absolute smallest number in this video ... followed in size by *tutanoro, gihenoro, jiwanoro, kodanoro, arrunoro,* and *hegirondo*. The source of these names is completely unknown, but that is sort of part of their appeal. More evidence for the idea that these numbers were intended to be smaller than 0, is that the next one, *de-zeroed*, is defined as 0^12. This suggests the idea of multipying 0 by itself to get a smaller number. Think of it like this. When we multiply something by say 0.1, we make it 10 times smaller. If we multiply something by 0, we might say we make it "infinitely times smaller". Well if we allow for sizes smaller than 0 then this would suggest 0*0, or 0^2, would be a number infinitely smaller than 0 which is already infinitely small. By this reasoning 0^12 is very very small indeed. The next entries are defined as 0^15, 0^33, and 0^3003 respectively. But the numbers are suppose to be *getting larger*, right? Well I think the Bloxin Channel misunderstood how exponents work with small numbers. With large numbers, as the exponent increases the number gets larger, but with small numbers, the number actually gets smaller as the exponent increases. Thus by this misunderstanding the creator(s) think that by making the exponent larger they are getting larger and closer to 0. In actuality we would have to approach 0^1 to get 0 (at least following this logic). These definitions, by the way, are part of the justification people used to say that all these numbers equal 0, since in standard mathematics 0 to any positive power is 0. None the less powers of 0, like 0^12, at least suggest the *idea* of something smaller than 0, which seems in the spirit of the video, so I take that as evidence that that was the intention.

So why do I think these are important? Well, here we claim there is No True End (a hard level cap), not even an implied one by some endless structure (a soft level cap).

The *absolutely infinite*, as Cantor called it, is more conceptual than actual in mathematics. That's because any attempt to define it leads to a consistency paradox. So the accepted way to handle this is to say that such collections that would otherwise be *absolutely infinite* are not sets at all but proper classes and don't have an actual "size". They are in a certain sense "sizeless", that is they can transcend any desired size just by generating the desired number of elements. *Absolutely Infinite* is therefore a quality of proper classes, not a specific quantity. Despite these issues, here we've decided that not only does an *absolutely infinite* collection have an actual size we may call Absolute Infinity, but that it is also possible to go beyond that. Well if we are going to get larger without limit, shouldn't we also be able to get smaller without limit? Well technically we can! You see in the surreal number system for every initial ordinal, such as w, or w1, we get an infinitesimal which is its reciprocal! So since the surreals include all ordinals it follows that there are infinitesimals going *absolutely infinitely* downwards towards 0 just as the ordinals go *absolutely infinitely* upwards towards Absolute Infinity!

In otherwords, 0 and Absolute Infinity are both boundaries of a sort. The weird thing is ... 0 is considered to exist in mathematics while *Absolute Infinity* is not. Despite some issues like division by 0, this is because the mere definition of 0 does not lead to a consistency paradox, like Absolute Infinity. But remember at the outset, we said that whether dealing with a *soft level cap* or a *hard level cap* here we should be able to surpass either. 0 is like a HARD LEVEL CAP for smallness instead of largeness. It is literally ... the smallest number possible in mathematics. It seems almost to defy logic to have something smaller than *absolutely nothing* (is that a fictional infinity yet?) ... but wait ... isn't this place all about going beyond the impossible? About *no selling* the illogical? So why not consider the possibility of numbers smaller than 0 just as we consider numbers larger than Absolute Infinity. And once again I do mean "smaller than 0" (but not less or greater), and not merely infinitesimally small ... because these still are always larger than 0, and greater than or less than 0, even though they are "infinitely small". For this reason, I am beginning to think of 0 as more than infinitely small ... but rather *absolutely infinitely small*. And if we can go beyond the *absolutely infinitely large* than why not go before the beginning, smaller than the *absolutely infinitely small* ...

I may investigate this in more detail in a later blogpost, but for now I simply wanted to bring this to the wiki's attention.

Lastly there is some precedence for us adding these to our "canon". We are partially based on the pattern established by the All Dimensions Wiki. They have a hierarchy infinitely going up of different classes, just like us, but they also have a "pre-hierarchy" for going smaller and smaller, just as the ordinary hierarchy is fro going larger and larger. Maybe we should have the same.

Thoughts?

TheNoEnd