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The image intensifier consists of a photo-sensitive surface and a viewing screen, with five intervening membranes of aluminum oxide, each a one-hundred-thousandth of an inch thick.
Having equal access to information makes a marketplace more efficient, he notes, adding that comScore's free monthly video rankings are "one one-hundred-thousandth of what we offer our clients." He wouldn't tell me what subscribers pay for the full Video Metrix, but he said the price varies by the size of the company and other factors.
"Thirty-nine minutes may not seem very long but as it only takes one-hundred-thousandth of a second to flip the nuclear spin of a phosphorus ion -- the type of operation used to run quantum calculations -- in theory over 20 million operations could be applied in the time it takes for the superposition to naturally decay by one percent," said Stephanie Simmons of Oxford University, an author of the paper in the U.S.
When he gets to the ticket window he is told that as the one-hundred-thousandth customer of the theater, he has just won $100.