RE: IPv6 adoption. 128 bit addresses are not enough!
>Thats about 10^52 or so particles. I will assume the average atom,
>etc, will contain 10 addresses or 10 routable subnets, in a generally star
>shaped network. Obviously atoms with an atomic weight greater than boron
>so will need IBGP sessions between their multiple subnets to connect
>internally and EBGP for interatomic communications, etc.
>had maybe 512 bits or so of addressing.
I'm laughing my ass off. Very off-topic, very unnecessary, but very funny. I
think we all get your point. :)