Visual Representation of $1 Million vs. $1 Billion

You know there is a big difference between $1 Million and $1 Billion, but we really only know this in theory we've never actually seen it until now.

A Visual Representation of a Million Versus a Billion Dollars

We know there's a big difference between a million dollars and a billion dollars. But after watching this guy's TikTok video, well, "big difference" is an understatement.

He put grains of rice on a table and had each grain equal to $100,000.

Since one grain is $100,000, it takes 10 grains to make $1 million. But it takes 10 THOUSAND grains to equal $1 BILLION.

Picture those next to each other on a table. One grain of rice . . . then 10 grains . . . and then a massive pile of 10 thousand grains of rice.

At one point he took away enough grains from the big pile to buy a $5 million house, and the pile looked completely untouched.

This is crazy!

Nikki "Nikilicious" Montgomery

I'm a Central Wisconsin girl born and raised. I grew up in Port Edwards and participated in cheerleading, basketball, volleyball and softball as well as many clubs like National Honor Society, SADD, yearbook and forensics. I was a very busy high school student and still managed to get good enough grades to go to college at UW-Stevens Point where I was just as busy between working 3 jobs including executive staff positions at the campus alternative rock radio station and volunteering at the campus television station.

After graduation I thought I would take my BA in Mass Communications with emphasis in Broadcasting and Journalism and Minor in Political Science and become a big time reporter in some major city. But instead my internship with our news station here at Midwest Communications turned into a part-time job and opened the door to the morning show co-host position at WDEZ. After 9 1/4 years of fun in the mornings I was promoted to Assistant Brand Manager and moved to The Workday Getaway.

I couldn't deny my love for rock anymore! It was time dive head first into the genre I spent my formative years listening to day in and day out. When the opportunity arose for me to become the Brand Manager for Rock 94.7 and host the morning show I couldn't pass it up.

I'm so happy that I stayed in Central Wisconsin I couldn't imagine raising my three daughters anywhere else.

Favorite band: STP

First concert: Bryan Adams 1992 at the Target Center in Minneapolis (I was 12)

Favorite color: Yellow

Favorite pasttime: Watching Walking Dead, American Horror Story and Covert Affairs

Vice: Wine