Sep 2, 2011 ... Not that I don't trust him, but I guess I want to check. Would one trillion dollar (1
dollar bills I assume) stack to the moon and back four times?
If you stack a trillion-worth of $1000 bills together, then: 1 million dollars = 4
inches high 1 billion dollars = 364 feet high 1 trillion dollars = 63 miles high (give
I give you $1 trillion dollars. ... Notice those pallets are double stacked. ... So the
next time you hear someone toss around the phrase "trillion dollars"... that's what
A stack of one dollar bills equals $100 and measures .43 inches high, which
means that $1 trillion dollar bills would stack to a height of approximately
Feb 3, 2011 ... $1,000,000,000,000. What is a trillion dollars? Well, it's a million million. It's a
thousand billion. And notice that those pallets are double-stacked.
Jul 22, 2011 ... …here's an astronomical analogy about today's debt: If you stack up 14.3 trillion
dollar bills, the pile would stretch to the moon and back twice.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Stack a Trillion Dollars&v=UCyzrci_4v0
Aug 31, 2011 ... Explanation of large sums of money and the way the United States Government
is able to spend astronomical sums of money with apparent ...
Jul 26, 2013 ... National Debt Stacked in Dollar Bills Would Stretch from Earth to ... up to about
100 trillion dollars and is growing faster than the national debt.
Aug 27, 2013 ... A trillion dollars would be a stack of thousand-dollar bills 67 miles high.” Multiply
that by 17 and you get 1,139 miles high, which is about the ...
Jun 4, 2011 ... The U.S. government is $14.3 trillion in debt. Stacked in dollar bills, that amount
would stretch to the moon and back — twice. Still, it's pretty ...