[crackmonkey] (fwd) One Heck of a Portscan
deirdre at deirdre.net
Fri Mar 19 09:39:07 PST 1999
On Fri, 19 Mar 1999, Eugene Leitl wrote:
> Rick Moen writes:
> > >the human body contains 75 megs of genetic data.
> Human genome is about 4 GBases long, iirc.
Base 4 though. (A-T, C-G)
Actually, I've only heard the number expressed in number of genes, which
is somewhere between 50k and 100k. The length of genes vary and only about
5% of any given strand of DNA appears to be coding. Plus of course it's
fully redundant (not that this affects bandwidth).
> > >9,019,431,321,600,000 bytes in your penis per second.
> The penis is bad. The gun is good.
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