posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 11:36 PM
There may have already been mention of the fact that there are many more stars in the/our Universe than we suspected but I found the following tidbit
"It's fun because it gets you thinking about these large numbers," Conroy said. Conroy looked up how many cells are in the average human body —
50 trillion or so — and multiplied that by the 6 billion people on Earth. And he came up with about 300 sextillion.
So the number of stars in the universe "is equal to all the cells in the humans on Earth — a kind of funny coincidence," Conroy said.
Conroy said." (emphasis added)
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-I know how many scientists and ATS members feel about coincidences so I thought it might be an interesting topic. There are other interesting
correlations between the micro and macro.