actually, it's googolplex. a googol is a 1 with 100 zeros after it. a googolplex is a 1 with a googol zeros after it.
actual words from googol making program, and on my slow old laptop, too:
written by computer in 0 milliseconds
googolplex time
1000 digits reached in 16924 milliseconds
Googolplex would be written by computer in 564410.22 milliseconds or 0.1567806 hours(about 9 minutes).
by Eins und Eins August 13, 2005
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The other author (superhero boy) of the definition of "googleplex" is wrong on a few things.

1. The word is Googol, not "Google", and Googolplex, not "googleplex".
2. His nephew, Milton Sirotta, was the one who asked what the number was called and ended up naming it.
3. Milton Sirotta was 9, not 6.
Know what you are talking about before posting on Urban Dictionary.
by Jani Green April 14, 2005
the Google company headquarters, which is located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway in Mountain View, Santa Clara County, California.
Welcome to the Googleplex.
by The internetzz October 19, 2006
A common misspelling of "googolplex", which is the number represented by a 1 followed by a googol zeros.
Your mom is so fat, she weighs nearly a googleplex pounds.
by atemperman January 24, 2004
The unsettling feeling that results when one is unable to find information during a google search. The feeling is particularly unsettling because it so rarely happens and is the direct result of years of successful google searches.
OMG! Total googleplex! I'm trying to find out the name of that actor who starred in that show, you know the guy...ARRRGH! Googleplex!!!
by geckypibb January 09, 2011
A ridiculously, obscenely huge number which is so vastly, mind-boggling big that you should probably don protective gear before evoking it. It can also be described as "insanity times infinity plus one".
There is not a googleplex of anything in the known Universe or any other universe. Perhaps of you were to add up all the atoms in all parallel universes in all dimensions of existence and then raise that to the power of itself, you might begin to approach a fraction of a percent of a googleplex.
by David Roomes February 19, 2004
The complex a programmer gets when measuring their own work against the work of Google.
After looking at Google Calendar, I'm getting a bit of a Googleplex.
by WebSMB team February 08, 2007
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