If you were looking for a number, try here for
a base-32 one or here for those of you with a
A unique sequence of numbers - and I mean unique! Not only will no one else ever get the same sequence but no one else will ever get any of the same numbers - ever. By my calculation the method I use will give me about 20,439,879,147,794,490 different sequences. With the world population currently standing at about 7.117 billion people that means that each person on the planet could take 2,871,979 sequences and still never repeat a single number.
Each sequence will be about 1,938,077,995,156 numbers long. If
you consume one number every millisecond it would take you over 60
years to reach the end of your sequence.
I've put together some discussion of the maths behind these