What’s Hot or not
Don’t expect any kinky girls here. It’s pure science. Go to the link to find out what lies between the hottest and the coolest temperature we ever know.
Should Americans go on a data diet? - DLS
This graphic by Rob Vargas represents the 34 gigs of information the average American consumes in one day — or 3.6 zettabytes for all Americans collectively per day. For reference, 1 zettabyte is equal to 1 billion terabytes. A study, “How Much Information?” done by the University of California, San Diego reports that the average American consumes 100,500 words on any given day and processes 34 GB of information, the majority of which is dominated by computer games, TV and radio.
Another way of looking at it: If 3.6 zettabytes of text could be printed in texts and stacked as tightly as possible across the US, including Alaska, the pile would be 7 feet high.
Note this study shows the amount of information the average American consumes.
Imagine how many gigs geeks process in an average day.
Let’s see the data on that!
In this information age, this is almost nothing! Brain still outplays the electronic machines.