[crackmonkey] (fwd) One Heck of a Portscan
eugene.leitl at lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Fri Mar 19 05:06:03 PST 1999
Rick Moen writes:
> >the human body contains 75 megs of genetic data.
Human genome is about 4 GBases long, iirc.
> >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.
The penis is bad. The gun is good.
> >that's one heck of a portscan.
Did you know there are much more bits in the bacteria contained in the
dirt clinging outside of your computer? Did you know that the eye
probably can't resolve more than 16 MPixels in true colour, at 20
fps, and the retina does a 1:126 compression? That would mean your optical
nerve has only a 7 GBps bandwidth. Did you know that in a relativistic
universe the channel with highest bandwidth is a relativist material
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