### The human brain.

Sep. 8th, 2008 04:23 am**rooks37**

The average human brain is host to approximately six trillion brain cells. The estimated memory storage size of a microbe, that was not designed for memory storage,is two hundred GigaBytes in computer terms. However because the human brain cell is built for the purpose of processing information, lets assume it has the storage capability of one TeraByte. So lets assign each brain cell the value of one TeraByte. That comes out to 6,000,000,000,000 TeraBytes.

Now it's time for the math.

6,000,000,000,000 TeraBytes are equal to 5859375000 PetaBytes.

5859375000 PetaBytes are equal to 5722045.8984375 ExaBytes.

5722045.8984375 ExaBytes are equal to 5587.93544769287109375 ZettaBytes.

5587.93544769287109375 are equal to 5.456968210637569427490234375 YottaBytes

As of 2006, the total data storage of all the world's computers was estimated only to be 160 ExaBytes.

Now it's time for the math.

6,000,000,000,000 TeraBytes are equal to 5859375000 PetaBytes.

5859375000 PetaBytes are equal to 5722045.8984375 ExaBytes.

5722045.8984375 ExaBytes are equal to 5587.93544769287109375 ZettaBytes.

5587.93544769287109375 are equal to 5.456968210637569427490234375 YottaBytes

As of 2006, the total data storage of all the world's computers was estimated only to be 160 ExaBytes.