The Internet weighs two ounces.
Driving it takes 50,000,000 horsepower. A statistically rough (one sigma) estimate might be 75-100 million servers @ ~350-550 watts each. Call it Forty Billion Watts or ~ 40 GW. Since silicon logic runs at three volts or so, and an Ampere is some ten to the eighteenth electrons a second, if the average chip runs at a Gigaherz, straightforward calculation reveals that some 50 grams of electrons in motion make up the Internet. Adamant
Gosh! I think that the internet needs to eat some more chocolate cake and ice cream!