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There are now MORE Internet Addresses than stars in the Universe.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by LuckySeven7, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. LuckySeven7

    LuckySeven7 Registered Member

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    hawke Power Member

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    There's an Infinite number of stars in the Universe, my friend :) Even IPV6 address's have a limit :D Just sayin' ...
     
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    We'll have so many new proxies to use :D
     
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    MNSaluki Newbie

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    After reading the article it's interested to read that the total number of human cells on Earth is about the same as the number of stars.
     
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    No one knows how many stars there are. They're making educated guesses based on the limited technology they have access to. As their technology gets better, the estimates get bigger. It's a catchy title though.
     
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    Damn, what are craigslist gonna do now lol
     
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    It's impossible to know how many stars there are because we as human can only view the 'observable universe'.
    The observable universe in only 93 billion light years in diameter.


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    There is potentially an infinite amount of stars outside of this range observable by mankind. The amount of stars that could exist is beyond that of human comprehension and understanding.
     
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