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Mass Of The Universe And Total Number Of Theoretical Particles

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Posted by Jnan R. Saha on April 24, 2004 20:54:18 UTC

WWhen it comes to exponential numbers most physicists miss by a mile. From all indications,the total mass of universe, even exaggerated probably much less than 10**56 gms. This value is probably much closer to 10**54 gms. The total number of particles(electrons and other elementary particles combined) in the universe is much less than 10**80. This is Avogadro number times 10**56.

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