@ChrisK

### THE RELATIVE SIZE OF EVERYTHING IN THE UNIVERSE 🌐🐜👫🐋🌍🌞🐢

Where 10^0 = 1 meter (or 3.26 feet)
1. 10^-35
One Planck Length. A theoretical very, very small fucking thing only interesting to string theorists and geeks like that.
2. 10^-24
The radius of a MeV neutrino, a small subatomic particle.
3. 10^-21
De Broglie wavelength of protons as measured at the Large Hadron Collider in 2012.
4. 10^-18
Radius of a quark, another subatomic particle. Quarks are the particles that get sent out to grab lunch when the other subatomic particles are hungry.
5. 10^-15
About the size of an electron, those thingies spinning in cute little clouds around the nucleus of an atom. Have a negative charge, as does your mom.
6. 10^-12
The wavelength of X-rays
7. 10^-11
8. 10^-10
Width of protein alpha helix, a building block of life.
9. 10^-9
Thickness of cell membrane, the sort of skin on the outside of living cells
10. 10^-8
The diameter of a typical virus how can it be so small and make you feel so awful?
11. 10^-7
The wavelength of violet light. The diameter of tinkerbell's fairy dust.
12. 10^-6
A micrometer. The diameter of a red blood cell or of midi-chlorians.
13. 10^-5
Width of a water droplet up in cute 'lil rain clouds.
14. 10^-4
About the width of a human hair.
15. 10^-3
Length of a red ant 🐜 though this is a black ant my bad
16. 10^-2
One centimeter. About the width of an M&M or your pinky nail or the diameter of a AAA battery.
17. 10^-1
A decimeter. About as wide as a computer mouse (the long way) or a box of Jell-O, Bill Cosby's favorite summer treat.
18. 10^0
The length of John Lennon's guitar or of 3, foot-long sub sandwiches at the Quiznos.
19. 10^1
A decameter. About as long as a large blue whale 🐋. cc @mlb
20. 10^2
A hectometer. A little longer than a football field. How far you run in a 100m dash unless you are out of shape in which case it is the length of 328 12" pepperoni pizzas.
21. 10^3
A kilometer. About a 12 minute walk. A little over half a mile. The Burj Khalif, the tallest building 🏦 in the world, is about 82% of one kilometer tall.
22. 10^4
The depth of the Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the ocean. 💧 Where James Cameron wants to die.
23. 10^5
100 km. About the distance covered by a degree of latitude on the Earth's 🌍 Surface. Or the length of all of Paris Hilton's shoes, lined up toe to toe.
24. 10^6
A megameter. About the distance from New York to Chicago.
25. 10^7
The Earth's 🌍 diameter is a little bigger than this. Also the distance I would be willing to travel to hug you.
26. 10^8
100,000 km. The distance you drive in your car before you need to go in to get a new timing belt installed. Light can travel this length 3 times in a second.
27. 10^9
The diameter of the sun 🌞 is a little more than this.
28. 10^10
The distance light can travel in a minute, more or less.
29. 10^11
About the distance from the Earth 🌍 to the Sun 🌞
30. 10^12
A terameter. The distance you'd travel to go to Saturn from the Sun and then half way back to the Sun again.
31. 10^13
32. 10^14
Total length of all the DNA molecules in the cells of two adult humans
33. 10^15
A little less than a light year
34. 10^16
1 parsec. 3.26 light years. The nearest star, Proxima Centauri ⭐️, is about 1.3 parsecs from our Sun.
35. 10^17
About six times this distance is how far human's earliest radio wave broadcasts have reached into space. That's 65 light years. So I hope aliens enjoy watching The Honeymooners.
36. 10^18
The nearest star that's just like our The Sun is this far, away.
37. 10^19
Average thickness of the Milky Way Galaxy. Where the Star Trek Enterprise was when they first encountered The Borg.
38. 10^20
How big God is.
39. 10^21
How big Atheism is. BOOM also known as 1 zettameter. Sort of about how far away this dwarf galaxy called the Large Magellanic Cloud is from our Galaxy.
40. 10^22
From here to the Andromeda Galaxy and back.
41. 10^23
How far they mean by "Far, far away" at the beginning of all the Star Wars movies.
42. 10^24
A yottameter. Where Yoda lives on Dagobah har har. 9.5 yottameters is the diameter of the galaxy cluster we live in.
43. 10^25
A gigaparsec. The diameter of Apollo's Chariot.
44. 10^26
About as far as light has ever traveled away from the Big Bang.
45. 10^27
Maybe the radius of the universe. But at this scale, who fucking knows. Pass the bong.
46. 10^28
From here it is turtles the rest of the way down.
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