Monday, January 18, 2010

615 bits should be enough for everyone

Here's the proof.

4 comments:

  1. Hehe, may be one day we will be able to represent the universe with a single equation and render it!

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  2. Yeah, but can you imagine having to debug code with numbers that big??

    "Is that number correct?"
    "I don't know, I'm still only at page 50.."

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  3. Ok, so 615 bits lets you place an object with Planck accuracy anywhere in the universe... but we have lots of particles!

    try this (using hydrogen mass as a yardstick)

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