So, if the low end estimate for the number of stars matches the high end estimate for the number of grains of sand, it’s the same. But more likely, there are 5 to 10 times more stars than there are grains of sand on all the world’s beaches. So, there’s your answer, Sheldon.
Around 8,000 grains of sand can be packed into one cubic centimeter, which according to Mr.Cain means that 10 sextillion grains of sand placed in a ball would create a sphere with a radius of 10.6 kilometers. According to Cain’s associate, ‘The Math Dude’, there are approximately 700 trillion cubic meters of beach on our planet.
Now the population of stars jumps enormously, to 70 thousand million, million, million stars in the observable universe (a 2003 estimate), so that we’ve got multiple stars for every grain of sand — which means, sorry, grains, you are nowhere near as numerous as the stars.
Oct 29, 2018 · If you mean grains of sand on Earth, and stars in the observable universe, than there are more stars in the observable universe then there are grains of sand on all of Earth’s beaches, and all of the deserts of the planet combined.
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That’s 70,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars! ^ to top. So what about grains of sand on Earth? “That was almost harder to work out than the number of stars,” Driver says.
So, if the low end estimate for the number of stars matches the high end estimate for the number of grains of sand, it’s the same. But more likely, there are 5 to 10 times more stars than there are grains of sand on all the world’s beaches. So, there’s the answer.
Jul 23, 2003 · More stars ‘than grains of sand’. Without a telescope it is only possible to see around 5,000 stars from the darkest places of the Earth, and just 100 in the middle of a large city. Rather than count the stars one by one, Dr Driver and colleagues from the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
Jan 24, 2019 · More recent estimates are higher. In accordance with the above estimates, there are “more stars in the universe than grain’s of sand on planet earth.” – Norman Baumann, Chico
If I counted them, they would outnumber the grains of sand; when I wake up, I am still with you. Contemporary English Version I try to count your thoughts, but they outnumber the grains of sand on the beach. And when I awake, I will find you nearby. Good News Translation If I counted them, they would be more than the grains of sand.