What is your idea -- what is the size of the Internet?
I personally find the nternet like a rope/cable -- it has a beninning (10980s) -- it has no end -- but it has a definite thickness. This thickness is how many accounts Google allows to create -- per mobile number.
Let's say Google allows 8 accounts per mobile number. If you use YouTube, and subscribe channels, you will soon find that there is a limited amount of interesting stuff and channels (e.g., Wintergatan, etc).
So YouTube has a diameter. The Internet too, has a diameter.
So, the Internet is shaped like a tube (hence the name YouTube). The question is: when will this tube stop growing.
Or, will it continue to grow for ever and ever!
OK, let's assume that there exists a fixed/limited number of human souls. Only human souls can create Google accounts -- animal souls can not. From this number of souls, a certain number is in the after~death tunnel, preparing for reincarnation, etc.
So the diameter of the Internet~tube is the number of human souls in the universe. And -- as we can see here: https://hubpages.com/technology/forum/3 … e-accounts , they can create a fixed umber of Google accounts.
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