AI and cognitive psychology rant (getting more and more OT - tell me if I should shut up)
adalke at mindspring.com
Mon Nov 3 03:01:22 CET 2003
> Actually it is much *smaller* than that: this is the reason why it is
> not significant at all from a physical perspective. ... The number
> I find in my Ph. D. thesis ... is 10^227 GeV (!) BTW, it seems
> too large now, I don't remember how I got it, but anyway I am sure the
> number is much much larger than Plank scale (10^19 GeV).
1E227.... That's... ummm, a lot.
(((10 ** 227) GeV) / (c * c)) / mass of the sun = 8.96296347 × 10E169
Roughly 7 * 10E22 stars visible with current telescopes
Estimate for dark matter is about 10* visible matter, as I recall,
which means you're talking about
times the mass of the universe.
dalke at dalkescientific.com
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