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God ComplexitiesI was bored at work, so I do what I sometimes do when my mind is given too much time or not enough stimulus: Math.God Complexities by panther-claw
So I thought to myself about the logistics behind a god that can supposedly listen to all the prayers you give.
For the purposes of this exercise, let us only use a rough estimate of christians for prayers being listened to, as incorporating more only complicates things further, and I didn't really feel like it.
We will begin with the idea that at any one event, (Pope Christening or something) we can expect the majority of christians to be praying, or roughly two and a half billion people.
Now, let us also assume that the average prayer is a certain number of characters long, in this case, 93, (the number of characters in the bed time prayer recited by children, the one that begins "Now I lay my head to sleep" sans punctuation, as comma placement can be argued) is the length of the prayer.
So 2.5 billion times 93 is 232500000000. So to process this entire prayer