Jason Silva on What You Don't Know | Brain Games



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  1. I highly doubt you trained your brain very well while becoming an engineer if you didn't understand what he was saying. More energy PER gram PER second than the sun. Obviously not more energy than the sun overall, which is about 1.295 X 10^6 larger than the earth. Let alone that it would take an almost uncountable number of microchips to fill the volume of the earth.

  2. I question the assertion that the microchip has more energy per second per gram than the surface of the sun…that is a HUGE thing to assert. I challenge him to prove that assertion.

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