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Actually Much Less Than 1%. So What? Nothing To Worry.

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Posted by Alexander on April 4, 2001 21:20:27 UTC

We, the people, with total mass about 5x10^11 kg, actually constitute about 10^-41 of the total mass of visible Universe. So it is ONLY 10^-39% - nothing compared to the rest of the Universe.

AND SO WHAT?

(Do you see the absurdness of your claim now?)

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