The site reported it had passed the turning point on Sunday with an article on Persoonia terminalis an uncommon bush local to eastern Australia. In 15 years, Wikipedia has racked up around 3 billion words, 18 million references and 30 terabytes of information – proportionate to 510,000 hours of 128 kB/s sound. At 300 words for each moment, it would take over 19 years of constant perusing to peruse Wikipedia completely.
Size (Storage): 30 terabytes
Editors: 126,672 a month
Page views: 8bn a month
Longest article: List of law clerks of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Most edited article: George W Bush (45,000+ edits)
On the other hand, it is still no place close to a level that would see it cover all human learning, as per appraisals. More than 104 million articles would be expected to cover the aggregate scope of mankind’s data as per Wikipedia client “emi jrp”, who is running an undertaking on finding such an appraisal. This appraisal still passes up a great opportunity substantial parts of our insight. For instance, 44.7 million articles have been assessed as expected to cover science, yet this does exclude gauges for material science or meteorology. What’s more, numerous articles contain just fundamental data, while most material is one-sided towards Western culture and most articles are still stub pages, then again.