The human brain cell can hold 5 times as
much information as the Encyclopedia
Britannica, or any other encyclopedia for
that matter. Scientists have yet to settle on a
definitive amount, but the storage capacity
of the brain in electronic terms is thought
to be between 3 or even 1,000 terabytes.
The National Archives of Britain, containing
over 900 years of history, only takes up 70
terabytes, making your brain’s memory
power pretty darn impressive.