Quadrillions Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 Quadrillions Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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There's plenty of film out there, and quadrillions of cameras that use film-I don't think it makes much sense not to use it. The thing that's going out is the manufacturing of the paper. Incidentally, all these years my wife has told me that I'm color-blind.William Eggleston Quadrillions Sayings By William Eggleston: There's plenty of film out there, and quadrillions of cameras that use film-I don't think
Everything a person is and everything he knows resides in the tangled thicket of his intertwined neurons. These fateful, tiny bridges number in the quadrillions, but they spring from just two sources: DNA and daily life. The genetic code calls some synapses into being, while experience engenders and modifies others.(148)Thomas Lewis Quadrillions Sayings By Thomas Lewis: Everything a person is and everything he knows resides in the tangled thicket of his
In years past, a person died, and eventually all those with memories of him or her also died, bringing about the complete erasure of that person's existence. Just as the human body returned to dust, mingling with atoms of the natural world, a person's existence would return to nothingness.

How very clean.

Now, as if in belated punishment for the invention of writing, any message once posted on the Internet was immortal. Words as numerous as the dust of the earth would linger forever in their millions and trillions and quadrillions and beyond.
Minae Mizumura Quadrillions Sayings By Minae Mizumura: In years past, a person died, and eventually all those with memories of him or
[On the birther movement:] Here we are, quadrillions of bytes deep into the Information Age. And yet information, it seems, has never mattered less.Elizabeth Kolbert Quadrillions Sayings By Elizabeth Kolbert: [On the birther movement:] Here we are, quadrillions of bytes deep into the Information Age.
I stare at my freakish eyeball, gaze into the distorted pupil until it expands and fills the mirror, fills my brain and I'm rushing through vacuum. Wide awake and so far at such speed I flatten into a subatomic contrail. That grand cosmic maw, that eater of galaxies, possesses sufficient gravitational force to rend the fabric of space and time, to obliterate reality, and in I go, bursting into trillions of minute particles, quadrillions of whining fleas, consumed. Nanoseconds later, I understand everything there is to understand. Reduced to my "essential saltes" as it were, I'm the prime mover seed that gets sown after the heat death of the universe when the Ouroboros swallows itself and the cycle begins anew with a big bang.Laird Barron Quadrillions Sayings By Laird Barron: I stare at my freakish eyeball, gaze into the distorted pupil until it expands and
Since the first satellites had been orbited, almost fifty years earlier, trillions and quadrillions of pulses of information had been pouring down from space, to be stored against the day when they might contribute to the advance of knowledge. Only a minute fraction of all this raw material would ever be processed; but there was no way of telling what observation some scientist might wish to consult, ten, or fifty, or a hundred years from now. So everything had to be kept on file, stacked in endless airconditioned galleries, triplicated at the [data] centers against the possibility of accidental loss. It was part of the real treasure of mankind, more valuable than all the gold locked uselessly away in bank vaults.Arthur C. Clarke Quadrillions Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: Since the first satellites had been orbited, almost fifty years earlier, trillions and quadrillions of