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 There is a police officer in pursuit of suspect 2012-02-01 From Jay:There is a police officer in pursuit of suspect. They suspect is driving on a straight road traveling at 79 mph, the officer is 233 yds away, traveling at 92 mph, the suspects car 5 ft long and the officers car is 5.3 ft long, how long will it take to have the front of the officers car, equal to the front of the suspects car down to the tenth of a second.Answered by Harley Weston. The Number of the Beast 2004-06-13 From A Heinlein reader:Most people who have an interest in mathmatics are familiar with Robert Heinlein's novel "The Number of the Beast", where 666, or ((6 to the 6th power) to the 6th power) equals 1.0315 times 10 to the 28th power, which in the novel is the number of parallel universes in the cosmos. My question is what would the number of parallel universes be if you grouped 666 the other way: (6 to the power of (6 to 6th power)). I have tried this on my calculator, but it won"t register that high.Answered by Penny Nom.

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