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It is estimated that there are now a billion transistors per human, each one costing one tenmillionth of a cent.

Even if you assume an object like Asteroid Ida hitting the earth at 100km/sec, and it all turns into kinetic energy delivered directly into the planet, you're looking at less than a tenmillionth of Earth's orbital kinetic energy.
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Our contribution to atmospheric heating is therefore 1 tenmillionth of one percent!!!!
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

Our contribution to atmospheric heating is therefore 1 tenmillionth of one percent!!!!
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

PPK and had it out for the tenmillionth time with the guy who brandished the Colt .45.

PPK and had it out for the tenmillionth time with the guy who brandished the Colt .45.

Moreover, I do not live in the magnificent villa Vilquin; there is not in my veins, thank God, the tenmillionth of a drop of that chilly blood which flows behind a counter.

Some suggested defining the meter as the length of a pendulum having a halfperiod of one second; others suggested defining the meter as one tenmillionth of the length of the Earth's meridian along a quadrant (onefourth the circumference of the Earth).

Thus, the meter was intended to equal 107 or one tenmillionth of the length of the meridian through Paris from pole to the equator.

If I install the device, I will reduce the pollution by slightly less than one tenmillionth.
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