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 A225579 The Amelia Code (numbers appearing in the TV series "Touch"). 0
 318, 5296, 3287, 95, 22, 975, 6, 1188, 1604, 55124, 2545, 2217, 4370, 67, 24, 5227, 500, 1075, 5991, 8877, 29, 892, 10262000, 175, 1997, 948, 318, 10262000, 2013, 1026, 318529632879522, 3021, 53, 318 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS From Georg Fischer, Mar 11 2020: (Start) These numbers play a role in the American drama television series "Touch" that ran on Fox from January 25, 2012, to May 10, 2013 with 11 episodes in season 1 and 13 episodes in season 2. The plot involves a 11-year-old autistic child, Jake, who successively finds the numbers, and a child doctor, Professor Arthur Teller. According to the Wikipedia, "The sequence of numbers that Jake presents falls into what Teller claimed was the Amelia Sequence (later known as the God Sequence), based on Amelia Robbins, who was one of his former child patients." The touch.shinji.be link mentions the "complete sequence" as:    318529632879522975611881604    5512425452217437024522750    010755991887789210262000    017594820131026302153318 but several terms are missing here. (End) In the series, a(24) = 175 was shown as 0175. LINKS Touch Numbers, The Amelia Code. [from the Internet archive Wayback machine] Touch Tv series Wiki, Amelia Sequence Wikipedia, Touch (TV Series) CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A204835 A281078 A262846 * A261281 A126838 A153048 Adjacent sequences:  A225576 A225577 A225578 * A225580 A225581 A225582 KEYWORD nonn,fini,full AUTHOR Robert G. Wilson v, May 10 2013 EXTENSIONS a(15) = 24 corrected, a(34) = 318 appended, and more explanations by Georg Fischer, Mar 11 2020 STATUS approved

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