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Power of Math

Kathryn:

900 trillion people? You sure? At an average 150 lb each, that would weigh

in at around 60 thousand trillion kilograms — a noticeable proportion

(about a hundred millionth) of the mass of the entire planet.

Furthermore, if you spread those 900 trillion people evenly over the earth’s

surface, they’d only be about 200 ft apart. Be nice to think I am only 200

ft from the nearest NR reader, but…

Just taking a break here.

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