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Interesting: 'Surely there must be a number about which there is nothing special to say. Wherever it is, there stands a paradox: the number we may describe, interestingly, as “the smallest uninteresting number.”'
"This is none other than Berry’s paradox reborn, the one described by Bertrand Russell in Principia Mathematica. Berry and Russell had devilishly asked, What is the least integer not nameable in fewer than nineteen syllables? Whatever this number is, it can be named in eighteen syllables: the least integer not nameable in fewer than nineteen syllables." -
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