Yep… he was really cranking out shitHow big a storage unit would you need for 30 million pages?
Answer, pretty fucking big, therefore I rate V3's claim as a lie:
80gsm bond paper has a thickness of 0.1 mm; gsm (grams per square metre) is a measure of its thickness.
This means that 500 sheets would have a thickness of 5 centimetres (cm)
1000 sheets would have a thickness of 10 cm.
There are 100 centimetres per metre
1,000,000 sheets would have a total thickness (height) of 10,000 cm or 100 metres – though a bit less allowing for its weight.
Since a metre is 39.4 inches or 3.2833 feet, 1 million sheets would be 328.33 feet high.