1/11/2018 02:33:00 PM Emailed, Thoughts
Entry Submitted by Michael Murdock at 1:39 PM EST on January 11, 2018
Happy Thursday IDC! –
Yesterday after posting the Trillion Dollar posting, I received an email when it showed up on IDC that I must share with you. Energy is everything and this person named Charles sent me a note and wanted to clarify something to me which is great and must be shared. Why? Because with so many dollars floating around it’s sometimes easy to misplace a few…or even a billion of them. Here’s what he shared with me and I am grateful for his sharing because it’s wrapped with the energy of abundance and flow:
“I’m writing to you because I’ve noticed twice now, in your posts on IDC, that you say, “999 billion plus 1 dollar or 1,000 Billion which is 1 Trillion.” It’s 1000 billion that equals 1 trillion, not 999 billion plus 1 dollar. In other words, it’s 999 billion plus another billion, not another dollar. Don’t shortchange yourself and others by missing out on that extra $99,999,999,999.”
Thank you Charles for reaching out and thank you for your donation in the past. I appreciate you.
God bless you, yours and all of Dinarland each and every day, and as I prayed just a short time ago, may the RV come to fruition for all of us very quickly so that we may ascend to helping the rest of humanity realize their hopes, wishes and dreams in this lifetime, this now.
Thanks for reading, I hope some of this was fun and other parts informative. God bless all who are inspired by this to give, gift, and to share along their path in this world.
Michael Murdock, US Navy Veteran, homeless
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and for your reading enjoyment and the flow of much abundance, think of all you can do with this amount of money in your world
how much is a trillion dollars?
Million, billion, trillion … all big numbers. A trillion is just a bigger number, right? True … but it may be bigger than you think. A million is hard enough to imagine, much less a billion. We need some perspective on what these unimaginable numbers really mean.
Let’s Measure a Trillion in Numbers
We’ll start simple: how big is a trillion on paper?
1,000 = one thousand
1,000,000 = one million
1,000,000,000 = one billion
1,000,000,000,000 = one trillion
A million is equal to a thousand thousands (1,000 x 1,000).
A billion is equal to a thousand millions (1,000 x 1,000,000).
A trillion is equal to a thousand billions (1,000 x 1,000,000,000)
or a million millions (1,000,000 x 1,000,000).
Let’s Measure a Trillion in Time
How Long Ago Is a Trillion Seconds?
If you count backward, then:
1 million seconds = 12 days ago
1 billion seconds = 31 years ago
1 trillion seconds = 30,000 B.C.
(give or take a decade or two)
Let’s Measure a Trillion in Height
How high is a trillion in $1000 bills?
If you stack a trillion-worth of $1000 bills together, then:
1 million dollars = 4 inches high
1 billion dollars = 364 feet high
1 trillion dollars = 63 miles high
(give or take a foot or two)
Note that this is a STACK, not laid end-to-end.
Let’s Measure a Trillion in Money
With about 305,000,000 people and 111,000,000 households in the U.S.
$1 Million is 1¢ per household,
$1 Billion is $3.28 per person and $9 per household,
$1 Trillion is $3,280 per person and $9,000 per household
If a person’s salary is $40,000 per year it would take:
25 years to earn $1 Million
25 Thousand years to earn $1 Billion,
25 Million years to earn $1 Trillion
If you lived to be 80 years of age, to have:
$1 Million you would have to save $34 each day of your life,
$1 Billion you would have to save $34,000 each day of your life,
$1 Trillion you would have to save $34 Million each day of your life
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