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A Fermi-question: Are there more stars than grains of sand?
This claim is pretty popular in the web and obviously cannot be answered by counting grains or stars. Thats what physicists call a Fermi-question. It deals with problems/questions where we dont have ...
Jul 30 '11 at 19:14
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