Paper Folded in Half 103 Times is as thick as the Universe [VIDEO]

It is difficult to keep folding paper in half. The reason for that: there's no paper big enough. The hypothetical though: if you fold paper 103 times, the thickness of it will be larger than the observable universe - which is 93 billion light years.

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