Thursday, January 11, 2007


When the eventual form of the system became known, long before it was realized, somebody had to figure out what its growth would be, over time, in bytes. Storing all transactions. For everybody. It turned out that the rate is surprisingly low. Well within available resources.

And there was no long-term accumulation. Long-term, information growth is zero. Most information is classified as personal, private. When someone dies, all transactions that can no longer be accessed by any living person, are no longer needed. What's left is negligible.


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