I've noticed that I'm close to \(163)\. toot, so I'll toot something very cool about this number.

\(163)\ is largest of nine Heegner numbers, and I'll explain what those are as I understand it. Gauss wanted to identify all perfect Pythagorian triplets which are whole numbers \(a, b ,c\) that satisfy \(a²+b² = c²\). To do that he had to involve complex numbers and come up with new factorisation system.