the number of possibilities of everything:
every thought, every person, every society, every object, and every history.
Using the 2 possible states of a neuron, firing or not firing, in combination
with the number of neurons in the human brain, every-thought determines
the number of possible thoughts. By combining the ova of all fertile females
planet with the available human sperm, every-person determines the
number of possible persons that can be created. Using a world population
of 6240272424 persons, every-society is determined, ranging in
membership from 2 to 6240272424 persons. Using the average size of
an atom, the number of different atoms and the size of the universe,
every-object determines, the number of possible structures of the universe,
each structure containing all matter within the universe. A data
is also proposed which contains a digital representation of the molecular
structure of the universe. By viewing history as the transformation of
universe’s molecular structure from one moment to the next, every-history
determines the number of possible histories which could have happened
over the 13500000000 years of available time.
for every-thing.net would require over 4.28 googol
octillion (4.28 x 10^127) years of computer processing, a duration of
times greater than the history of the universe.
to 240 pages in length--are available to users under the
yellow arrow icons, although these numbers may represent as little as
00000000003% of final calculations. Accurate calculations were obtained
through statistics, mathematics, permutations and programming software.
The Perl code used to create the calculations is provided here.
Certain large numbers are
expressed using exponential notation. 3 x 10^9 is
read as 3 times 10 to the power of 9, equivalent to 3000000000.