Eternity is an incredibly long time; so long that we cannot even fathom it. Hence, here are some more fascinating facts about that colossal sand box, mentioned in "Crown Jewel Analogy: Eternity," which is 100 trillion light-years in length, 100 trillion light-years in width, and 100 trillion light-years in height.
1.) At 64,000 cubic feet per room and 7.762392 quadrillion rooms, some 496.793088 quintillion cubic feet fit into the New Jerusalem. (Relax, read on to find out why this is being used for this article)
2.) Furthermore, at 1000 sand grains per length times 1000 sand grains per width times 1000 sand grains per height, some 1 billion sand grains fit inside one cubic foot of space; and 64 trillion sand grains per New Jerusalem room.
3.) Moreover, at 496.793088 quintillion cubic feet per New Jerusalem times 60.236288 duovigintillion New Jerusalems, some 3.098144773177344 novemvigintillion cubic feet fit inside this sand box.
4.) Even more, at 3.098144773177344 novemvigintillion cubic feet times 1 billion sand grains per cubic foot, some 3.098144773177344 duotrigintillion sand grains fit inside the sand box.
5.) And at 1 trillion years per sand grain, these 3.098144773177344 duotrigintillion sand grains represent 3.098144773177344 sestrigintillion years.
6.) On top of this, for all 1 trillion sand boxes, there are 3.098144773177344 sestrigintillion sand grains representing 3.098144773177344 quadragintillion years; and 3.098144773177344 trestrigintillion cubic feet of space.
7.) Also, at 7.762392 quadrillion rooms apiece and a total of 60.236288 duovigintillion New Jerusalems, some 467.567680080896 septvigintillion rooms, each 64,000 cubic feet, and housing at least 467.567680080896 septvigintillion inhabitants could fit inside the volume of this sand box.
8.) Last and not least, at 10 pounds per cubic foot of sand and 640,000 pounds of sand per room, the total weight of sand inside all 467.567680080896 septvigintillion rooms of this sand box would be 299.24331525177344 novemvigintillion pounds or 149.62165762588672 octvigintillion tons.
Amazing! Nevertheless, despite the some 3.1 quadragintillion years represented by all those sand grains in that terabox/teraboxes, this figure does not even scratch the surface of a superstring on the surface of eternity!! In fact, even larger yearly amounts such as centillion years, millinillion years, and a googolplex years don't bring us even one zillionth of one zillionth of one zillionth of one zillionth of an attometer closer to even beginning eternity; let alone the rest.
Hence, when we think about the afterlife, we need to answer these following questions: 1.) Where do we want to spend the rest of eternity: Heaven or hell? 2.) Do we really want to spend eternity in hell after knowing that eternity is forever? (just look at the figures in all five of these articles) 3.) Should we skip the opportunity to reject Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior now, while we have the time, when tonight or tomorrow could be too late?
Well, hopefully this article was a thoughtful read and one that was quite serious to ponder about as well?