_{12}(169)

I wonder if there are numbers that are "superpalindromic" if you will. I have a hunch that this may be one of them... I dunno if I'm just drawing lines where they shouldn't be or whatever, but the pattern I see is: the number we know as 169

_{10}is "121" in base 12 -- that number (the one we call "twelve") is the "seed" if you will (again) of that palindrome, in base 10 -- that number (the one we refer to as "ten") is a palindrome in bases 3 and 4, two numbers that which when multiplied together make 12. Furthermore, if you add the numerical values 101

_{10}and 22

_{10}-- which are the "palindromes of ten" if you will yet again -- then you get 123

_{10}, which is the "seed" if you will once more of the next "rank" up if you will one last time of palindromes....

Oh and by the way, the number of times I said "If you will" in this post (except for this one, because that's just not meta) is the first palindromic number.