zillionics
 n.— «The data volume is growing to such levels of “zillionics” that we can expect science to compile vast combinatorial libraries, to run combinatorial sweeps through possibility space (as Stephen Wolfram has done with cellular automata), and to run multiple competing hypotheses in a matrix.» —“Speculations On The Future Of Science” by Kevin Kelly Edge Mar. 23, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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