This guy estimated the weight of all the electrons in circulation that make up the internet. It adds up to two ounces: ADAMANT: Weighing the Web
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Put another way, the Internet requires about half a miligram of mass per second to run. (Take the energy figure he gives and apply Einstein’s mass-energy equation.) Of course, my math is getting rather rusty, so take this figure with about half a miligram of sand.
I dont know…I’m sure I’ve seen a couple of Vicious Attack Internets that weigh lots more than two ounces. Big as coyotes they seemed when they had me cornered and Ate my Blog. *smile*