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The Internet

Credit to Vsauce, giving credit to Dorota Pankowska (Dori the Giant)

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User avatar #18 - derus (10/13/2012) [+] (8 replies)
I wonder how much of it is porn
User avatar #19 to #18 - beunosnoches (10/13/2012) [-]
a grape
#4 - Jowi (10/12/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Like **** does a strawberry weigh 50 grams
User avatar #10 to #4 - fourtwentt ONLINE (10/13/2012) [-]
dude just cuz an oz (28 grams) of weed takes up an entire ziploc bag doesnt mean everything else does too
#11 - espegaaaa (10/13/2012) [+] (17 replies)
I know they're talking about weight and not data

But imagine science storing everything on the internet in a strawberry and eating it. what would happen
#37 - redclover (10/13/2012) [+] (3 replies)
So what you're saying is...
I can plug a strawberry into a USB port and download the entire internet?
#77 - Crossraod (10/13/2012) [-]
540 BILLION trillion internets
#60 - cachi (10/13/2012) [-]
>Remove hard disk   
>Put strawberry   
>Infinite capacity   
   
   
>le meme arrows
>Remove hard disk
>Put strawberry
>Infinite capacity


>le meme arrows
#23 - Cyraxx (10/13/2012) [-]
#17 - noobofdoom (10/13/2012) [-]
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User avatar #30 - Blargosnarf ONLINE (10/13/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Billion trillion... are we in fifth grade again?
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#73 - mooneh (10/13/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Then L has eaten many, many Internets.
Then L has eaten many, many Internets.
#2 - zakwi (10/12/2012) [-]
Today, OP wasn't a faggot.
User avatar #15 - narutohaukea (10/13/2012) [+] (1 reply)
then technically im allergic to the internet
User avatar #5 - awesomenessdefined (10/13/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Way to watch a Vsauce video OP. You really deserve these thumbs.
#8 to #5 - notafunnyguy (10/13/2012) [-]
>implying thumbs are a currency to be earned by hard work and vigorous efforts
#81 - taiyokun (10/13/2012) [-]
Everybody look out! It's Internet Shortcake!
#51 - Nameloc (10/13/2012) [+] (5 replies)
There's Petabytes of information on Google's servers;
Let's say an average commercial 2TB HDD weighs around 615 grams; It would take 512 2TB HDD's to make ONE Petabyte. Which is around 320,000 grams = 11287.6678 ounces = 705.479239 pounds.

I call ******** .

(If you're going off of Electrons, then you'd need to collectively count every last ******* server's electrons in the entire world; This would amount to more than 50 grams, I'm damn sure of it.
#62 to #51 - zgbgydug (10/13/2012) [-]
Except for the fact that you're wrong.
#69 - anonymous (10/13/2012) [+] (1 reply)
FALSE MOTHER ****** . A trillion is 10^12 (1000000000000), a billion is 10^9 (1000000000), that makes a billion trillion 10^21 (1000000000000000000000). A free electron weighs 9.11*10^(-31) kg or 9.11*10^(-27) g. That means 540 billion trillion electrons weighs roughy about 5*10^(-3) g or 0.005 grams - pretty far off the weight of a strawberry.
#87 to #69 - lemonyllama (10/13/2012) [-]
I was about to suggest maybe they used british values of a billion and a trillion (10^12 and 10^18) but that would give you approximately 500kg, not 50g either. I'm not sure why you're getting red thumbs as you're correct. (Almost. You made a slight error as 9.11*10^(-31)kg is 9.11*10^(-28)g, not 9.11*10^(-27) as you said, so actually it's 0.0005).   
   
Sources: My own knowledge; A level Physics textbook; and a 						********					 of Particle physics books that I've read as I'm a sad bastard.
I was about to suggest maybe they used british values of a billion and a trillion (10^12 and 10^18) but that would give you approximately 500kg, not 50g either. I'm not sure why you're getting red thumbs as you're correct. (Almost. You made a slight error as 9.11*10^(-31)kg is 9.11*10^(-28)g, not 9.11*10^(-27) as you said, so actually it's 0.0005).

Sources: My own knowledge; A level Physics textbook; and a ******** of Particle physics books that I've read as I'm a sad bastard.
User avatar #71 - cartmanymen (10/13/2012) [-]
most of it is porn
User avatar #39 - anteatereatingants (10/13/2012) [-]
What...?

Since when could you store information on subatomic particles? We don't even fully understand how electrons work and they're too small to be observed. How can we suddenly use them for data storage and transfer?
User avatar #36 - lospussy (10/13/2012) [-]
So I guess the seeds would be equivalent to how much porn there is
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