I have an ancient mayan friend who emailed me the other day:
From: [email protected]
Hey how are you!
I was wondering if you were feeling a little bored, living in 2017, and wanted a little change. If you do, try out my magic baktun wheel! If you've forgotten about what a baktun is, then just look here. Look at the attatchments for more info.
Isn't that nice of him! I opened the image first:
Welcome to the magical time-traveling baktun wheel from azsoft corp!
Here's how to get started:
You can choose any time period to travel to to live your life! All you have to do, is simply type in the name of the baktun eg. "thirteen" and you will be instantly transported! Of course there is more to the baktun wheel; it has the power to change your life-span. The number of the letters a, i, o, and u in the word determines how many baktuns you will live for (e is the only vowel that does not count towards your lifespan). For instance "four" has two life-letters ("o", and "u"), so you will be transported to the fourth baktun, and you will live for two baktuns, so untill the very end of the fifth baktun, having lived through baktuns four and five. You will live clockwise around the baktun wheel in numerical order, but when you get to baktun 19, something quite remarkable happens, you are transported all the way back to the original baktun 1.
Our software has cross-language support for all languages that use Latin characters so "one", "un", "uno", "eine" and many more are all accepted. Also alternate forms of the words eg. "zero", "nought" etc. So you can use phrases (with multiple words), and natural numbers, but actual numerals are disallowed. However, you must use denary numbers only, and you must use an actual phrase that people use to refer to the number be it "thirteen", "bakers dozen" etc. and you can not use phrases that identify to the number like "days in a week" to refer to 7.
That sounds like some pretty amazing technology! Now all I have to do is choose what Baktun to live in... Now I'm very into sci-fi and futuristic things so the later in time the better. In fact, I want to live through as many of the latest possible Baktuns. To make things easier, I will use a points system, the higher the better. The baktun's point score will be the same as the baktun. For instance, if I lived in Baktun 14 for a life-span of 3, the score would be 14+15+16 = 45 points.
I have opened up the program.
What should I type in for the highest point score I can find? Whoever can find the highest scoring answer wins!
Include in your answer the NO points and language outside of the spoilers.