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Minecraft World is Huge! (infographic)

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  • 7 Feb, 2013  |
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Minecraft infographic reveals total volume of one entire world.

1 Minecraft World is Huge! (infographic)


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№1 Author: robn1 (7 Feb 2013 03:18) Total user comments: 810


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Huge place. :09: :01:
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№2 Author: kryptor (7 Feb 2013 10:30) Total user comments: 4816


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Well, I keep saying I don't wanna live on this planet anymore .... sounds like plenty of room.
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№3 Author: Hunci (7 Feb 2013 11:20) Total user comments: 7


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i dont know, how many disk space nead to store that world, but if one block nead only 1 bit, then we nead 29 802 TB disk space.. Tahat is almost 10.000 piece of 3TB hard drive..

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№4 Author: Wunder (7 Feb 2013 11:54) Total user comments: 0


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Like Hunci said, it would take some harddrives to store all this data. Just a thought; What
if you store them on 5"1/4 floppies insted, how how tall will the tower of floppies be?
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№5 Author: mashie5 (7 Feb 2013 13:30) Total user comments: 1357


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i still dont know what minecraft is.
a game? a building platform? both? i know there are cactus like enemies... right?
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№6 Author: Aindy (7 Feb 2013 23:50) Total user comments: 2863


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WRONG!!! 10000 x 1m squared is not 1km squared. 1000000m squared is 1 km squared (1000mx1000m). Hence this is all WRONG!!

And then he gives refrences as if he researched it... theres one problem, he cant do math. Internet. Full of idiots who think theyre geniuses.
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№7 Author: Aindy (8 Feb 2013 00:12) Total user comments: 2863


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I just did the calculations with real numbers.

Minecraft wouldnt be 57 times larger than Earth, but just under 2 times. That would be 13.4% the size of neptune. Impressive, but a long way off what it says there.

This should be under the FAIL section of Acidcow.
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