[crackmonkey] (fwd) One Heck of a Portscan
rick0199 at hugin.imat.com
Thu Mar 18 19:12:14 PST 1999
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From: enge0213 at tc.umn.edu (Aaron Engelhart)
Subject: One Heck of a Portscan
Keywords: chuckle, sexual, computers
Approved: funny-request at netfunny.com
Message-ID: <Sdac.2006 at netfunny.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 19:30:00 PST
Xref: myrddin.imat.com rec.humor.funny:518
as long as we're on the subject.
by Anonymous Coward on Monday March 15, @12:50PM
>at 5 in the morning, an associate of mine took the time
>to compute the rough bandwidth consumed in the human
>the human body contains 75 megs of genetic data.
>so the sperm transmits 37.5 megs, give or take a skosh.
>100 million in a millileter,
>2.25 ml per ejaculation, average.
>the bandwidth works out to
>8.4 * 10 to the 3rd terabytes
>8.4 * 10 to the 6th gigabytes
>9,019,431,321,600,000 bytes in your penis per second.
>that's one heck of a portscan.
[from slashdot.org, 3/15, story uncredited]
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