Count to 1 million


#41

39

P: Gray Fullbuster
A: Freezing
O: Ice cubes

Sum of the first five prime numbers (3, 5, 7, 11, 13) and the first three powers of three.

1939 marked the start of the second world war


#42

40

(Still building my PAO, so no images yet!)

Forty is the only number in English whose letters appear in alphabetical order.
Minus 40 degrees, or “40 below,” is the only temperature that is the same in both Fahrenheit and Celsius.
For many, 40 is the trigger for a mid-life crisis. (I prefer to wait until I’m 60 for my mid-life crisis!)


#43

41 - XLI - Assassin (in my system)

It’s the sum of the first six prime numbers.
Symphony No. 41 was Mozart’s longest and last symphony.
It’s the number of members in the U.S. Senate needed to defeat a cloture vote and sustain a filibuster indefinitely.


#44

42

‘Angel’ in my system

the answer to the universe, life and everything, thouhg we do not know what the question is. (I bet you, it is ‘how many cookies can Maya eat in a minute?’)
In the bible, I believed The Beast roamed the earth for 42 months.
in the Cheese Shop Sketch (Monty Python), 42 kinds of cheese are mentioned.


#45

43

Currently the largest number in the counting.


#46

44
Atomic Number of Ruthenium. Ruthenium was discovered in 1844.


(Fuchsia Pseudonym) #47

45 - RL in the Major System. Prime factors: 3, 3 and 5.


#48

46
The atomic number of palladium
The number on in the first flag of Oklahoma (replaced in 1925), signifying the fact that Oklahoma was the 46th state to join the United States.


#49

47
Doctor Octupus in my PAO system, a sock in my 3-digit system (in progress)
Atomic number of silver
47-year cycle of Mars - after 22 synodic periods of 780 days each, Mars returns to the same position among the stars and is in the same relationship to the Earth and Sun.

Mitt Romney claimed “47% of Americans do not pay any income tax” during the 2012 election


(Josh Cohen) #50

48 - in my system it’s a “ray gun” – the giant kind that might be found in an old comic book. :slight_smile:

It can be found at the 322nd and 323rd digits of pi.


#51

49
It’s seven squared
It’s almost 50


#52

50 - a skull (object) in my PAO
Atomic number of tin
First NHL player to have the 50 goals in 50 games achievement was Maruice “Rocket” Richards.
50th state to join the US would be Hawaii


#53

51

Believe.


#54

P= Silver Surfer
A= Surfing
O= With a silver srurf table

52 is the number of universes that DC have since the New 52 reboot. Also is the name of the series and a fictional tv show.
52 is the age of Shakespeare at his dead
52 is the number of white keys on a piano (vs 36 black)
52 is the number of cards in a deck and the number of locis of a lot of palaces!
52 is the averge number of books a finish person reads in a year
52 is the number of homer simpson Ricky Viner tatooed on his right arm
52 is the age of the lead singer Chris Cornell died this year
52 is the number of weeks on a year

happy counting! (And hi to everyone, this is my first post :smiley: )


(Fuchsia Pseudonym) #55

A prime number and LM in the major system.

(53)


#56

54

catwoman

  • number of colored squares on a rubik’s cube.
  • atomic number of Xenon
  • Don’t know anything else about it but wanted a third thing to list (a line with 54 symbols :smiley: )

#57

56 Ferrari with a stack of cash in the trunk flying out


(Josh Cohen) #58

57 - many options: elk, leeks, leak, lock, lark, Luke, Loch Ness, walkie-talkie, leg, Olga, Alex, Hulk, league, Lego…


#59

Since we skipped 55 (In 1955 Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat and Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine went into use),
maybe we can “skip” 58 (‘Ol’ Blue Eyes’ Frank Sinatra released his “Come Fly With Me” album in 1958)
and go to 59 (Charles Darwin published “On the Origin of Species” in 1859 and Fidel Castro took over Cuba in 1959)
so that now the count number and post # can match :slight_smile:


(Josh Cohen) #60

60 is divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, and 60. Base 60 numbers were used by the ancient Sumerians. Our time measurements are divided into 60s: hours, minutes, seconds. There are 60 * 6 degrees in a circle.

A few Major System images: ashes, cheese, jazz.

Read more about sexagesimal finger-counting:

[Georges Ifrah] argues that the twelve-part numbering system, like the related sixty-part numbering system, goes back to a long-established and widely used finger-counting method. As he puts it, the “duodecimal finger-counting method used in India, Indochina, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Egypt” involves counting to twelve. One does this by using the thumb of the right hand, beginning with the outermost of the three bones at the tip of the little finger.

The sexagesimal finger-counting method, still used in most of the same countries, is complementary to the duodecimal one. It uses the left hand to indicate twelve, twenty-four, thirty-six, forty-eight, and sixty by closing down each of the five fingers, starting with the little finger and finishing with the thumb.

Understandably, Ifrah feels that the duodecimal finger-counting method may have been a factor in leading the ancient Egyptians to divide day and night each into twelve unequal or temporal hours. It may also have “led the Sumerians, and the Assyrians and Babylonians after them, to divide the cycle of day and night into twelve equal parts (called danna, each equivalent to two of our hours), to adopt for the ecliptic and the circle a division into twelve beru (30° each), and to give the number 12, as well as its divisor and multiples, a preponderant place in their various measurements.”