There Are Approximately 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (that's 1 billion trillion) Stars In The Observable Universe!

Good day everyone! It's Saturday! I hope you're enjoying yourself this weekend.
I'm very happy to be performing for a birthday celebration this evening!

Something else which has inspired me today, is that which relates to the beauty of Abundance.

Are you aware, that there are 10 times as many stars in The Universe, as there are grains of sand on Earth!?

It's estimated that a hand full of sand contains approximately 10,000 separate grains. Therefore a quintillion five quadrillion (that's 7.5 followed by seventeen zeros or 7.5 billion billion) sand grains on planet Earth. 

There are estimated 10 billion galaxies in the observable universe!
The number of stars in a galaxy varies, but assuming an average of 100 billion stars per galaxy means that there are approximately 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (that's 1 billion trillion) stars in the observable universe!

This morning, I started researching how I may better go about creating new music for you all.
Within that, I discovered that there are a mind blowing number of different possible songs we can create.
The estimated number of possible different 5 minute melodies, is a number which is 63 million DIGITS long!
I couldn't actually write that number to you...It would take far too much time & I have people to entertain! 
Put more simply, we will never run out of new music. 
If you're interested in finding out more about this, watch this video; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAcjV60RnRw

Finally, I am most inspired today by the fact that there are estimated 65 Million people living in the UK alone, 327 Million in the USA, and 1369.37 Million (1.37 Billion) in China.

In summary, our planet Earth, and The Universe is a wonderful incredibly abundant place.
Be happy, never be jealous, dream silly and aim high. There's enough for everyone to achieve all you desire and ANYTHING is possible.
That's what I take from all of this anyway.
Perhaps this may inspire you today.

Love always, Gemma

2 comments

  • Edwib

    Edwib Rugby

    I can see the brightest star in the universe, it is called Gemma Louise Doyle

    I can see the brightest star in the universe, it is called Gemma Louise Doyle

  • Rob garner

    Rob garner St helens

    All them stars and none of them shines as bright as green room favorite gemma louise doyle :) x

    All them stars and none of them shines as bright as green room favorite gemma louise doyle smile x

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