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The world’s data explained: how much we're producing and where it's all stored

By Melvin M. Vopson, Senior Lecturer in Physics, University of Portsmouth
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Ancient humans stored information in cave paintings, the oldest we know of are over 40,000 years old. As humans evolved, the emergence of languages and the invention of writing led to detailed information being stored in various written forms, culminating with the invention of paper in China around the first…

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