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   Updates: 28 November 2014      
 

Dear Friends,

I have a problem grasping large numbers. I suspect others share the humbling experience when in the presence of a billion or trillion of something, you are expected to understand what that means and say something intelligent. Even without big numbers, I often fail that test, but throw in an Octillion paperclips, and I'd not be able to visual how big that pile would be.

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When Your Number is Big

Like most people, I have a great deal of trouble comprehending very large numbers. We read that there are between 100 to 400 billion stars in the Milky Way Galaxy and a like number of galaxies in the universe. How about Nonillion, Octillion or Decillion? And at a dinner party someone explains that we have 100 billion neurons in our brains and over 100 trillion synapses, and we can’t decide on whether to have a second helping of rice. There are over a billion Chinese and over a billion Indians.

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Listening to Sax player Jafar Idris on YouTube. I saw him on Sunday performing at CheckInn99 jam session. He brought down the house. An incredible talent. Chris Catto-Smith snapped this photo.

 

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