A little silly for IPv6

Paul S. contact at winterei.se
Wed Mar 26 13:08:25 UTC 2014

Of course it is, you don't even need to think about logic to answer that 

On 3/26/2014 午後 09:55, rwebb at ropeguru.com wrote:
> On Tue, 25 Mar 2014 23:28:04 -0500
>  Larry Sheldon <LarrySheldon at cox.net> wrote:
>> According to the Ace of Spades HQ blog:
>>> IPv6 would allow every atom on the surface of the earth to have its
>>> own IP address, with enough spare to do Earth 100+ times.
>> -- 
>> Requiescas in pace o email           Two identifying characteristics
>>                                         of System Administrators:
>> Ex turpi causa non oritur actio      Infallibility, and the ability to
>>                                         learn from their mistakes.
>>                                           (Adapted from Stephen Pinker)
> I want to see HIS source of hpow many atoms are actually on the earth. 
> Somehow, I do not think anyone knows that answer. So his comparision 
> is a joke.
> Robert

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