Memory Diamond

Very dense memory storage. (Read the full article)

"Bits/cc (3.51g), memory diamond: 167.9e21 Assumes each atom is a bit, serialized in some fashion, stored as stable isotopes 12 and 13 in roughly equal proportions. 1 cc stores: 37e15 300-page books, 370x10^6 libraries of congress 718x10^6 years (!) of video 4.2x10^12 movies, assuming existing DVD formats. 7.5x10^9 years of CD-quality audio or 30x10^12 CD albums. 18x10^9 human brains, assuming 200x10^6 cells, each with 1000 synapses, 48 bits per synapse. A cc, 3.51g, will easily store a human being and its every book and sensory experience..."
(Ray Van De Walker 9/13/2006 3:49:55 PM )

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