Let's just say it's a little more than impossible for any one person to watch every video on YouTube.
In fact, even 2,100 people could barely keep up. Google-owned YouTube said recently that 35 hours of video are being uploaded every single minute.
This is up quite a bit from just half a year ago, when in March the company said 24 hours of video were being uploaded per minute.
Reasons for the fast rise likely include YouTubs maximum video length (from 10 minutes to 15 minutes), and upping the maximum file size of a video to two gigabytes.
Despite more than 50,000 hours of video popping up on the globally popular video streaming site, Google's $1.650-billion acquisition has yet to turn a profit.