A Meertens number in base n is a fixed point of the base n Godel encoding.
The base n Godel encoding of x is 2^d(1) * 3^d(2) * ... * prime(k)^d(k), where d(1)d(2)...d(k) is the base n representation of x.
The 1 entries are all conjectures.
In a computer search that included all numbers < 10^29 and bases <= 16, the only additional Meertens numbers found were 6 (base 2), 10 (base 2), 49000 (base 5), and 181400 (base 5).
There is no base 11 Meertens number < 11^44 ~= 6.6*10^45.
There is no base 12 Meertens number < 12^40 ~= 1.4*10^43.
There is no base 13 Meertens number < 13^39 ~= 2.7*10^43.
There is no base 15 Meertens number < 15^37 ~= 3.2*10^43.
Other terms: a(17) = 36, a(19) = 96, a(32) = 256, a(51) = 54.  Chai Wah Wu, Aug 28 2014
From Chai Wah Wu, Jul 20 2020: (Start)
All terms are even.
If n > 2 and a(n) != 1, then a(n) > n.
a(2*3^mm) = 2*3^m for all m >= 0, i.e. a(n) > 0 for an infinite number of values of n.
Other terms: a(64) = a(4096) = 65536, a(71) = 216, a(160) = 324, a(323) = 1296, a(1455) = 2916, a(1942) = 5832, a(7775) = 46656, a(8294) = 82944, a(13118) = 26244.
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