How much do we know?

Ruadhan O'Flanagan rof at maths.tcd.ie
Mon Sep 30 07:07:49 EST 1996


Kyle Lahnakoski <klahnako at undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca> writes:

>How many memories can the human brain hold?  

12,768,900,183,002. Left handed people can have 4 more.

>How many individual tidbits
>of information does the average person know.

I asked him. He said it was somewhere in the 4-6 billion range.

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Rof



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