Personally, I feel the actual number of pages on the internet could be far higher than  stated in this post. What do you think?

No one really knows how many websites or individual Web pages make up this seemingly infinite digital universe that is the internet.

Kevin Kelly, a founder of Wired magazine, has written that there are at least a trillion Web pages in existence, which means the internet's collective brain has more neurons than our actual gray matter that's stuffed between our ears.

"The Web holds about a trillion pages. The human brain holds about 100 billion neurons," Kelly writes in his 2010 book "What Technology Wants."