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543-563 is the TOC

so there is really 543 8.5 x 11 pages of content. It takes about 1 hour to read 10 such printed dense pages, so the read duration is something like 54.3 hours (3258 minutes). Something like if you go on vacation for a week and it's all you do, that will take care of your time (save you from carrying a specialized device that might require electricity or not operate well under sunlight or potentially be affected by sand dust blowing in the wind). I reread once a year.

Just did some tests, it takes at least 90 minutes to read non stop only the titles (i.e. what appears in the TOC but while flipping the actual pages to help adopt voice tone, intonation). The net read is a bit too fast, the scale of 1 to 32 (a bit over 100 minutes then) is probably more like it. That is if someone was assisted your first pass read by reading the titles while displaying the whole pages count about 100 minutes for that. The point being here that an alternative method would be to spend 1/32th of the time to scan the whole at that rate and then read in random order is more contextualized.

In general the form factor (widthXheightXthickness) is a bit too much here. Version 056 should be split in 2 volumes as it's becoming too heavy and not as fun to read the left side when the whole thing is open. Somehow there should be an attempt to limit this to 500 pages at that size (or we should move to a larger print format)

So as a measure of human limit, seems a 500 two-column font size 10 pages brick is about a week of "work"

So if republished on an annual basis, that would mean about 50 such books a year, 1 per week would saturate you.

However assuming over time stability of content (limiting it to deviate by no more then 10% at each iteration), more probably eventually even if updated on an annual basis, one would only be interested on getting it every 2 years. So you really need 100 such evolutionary books to subscribe to.

Like each week you replace one when you get to 100. So that gives you an idea of the shelf size you need as a personal print library. roughly 100 X 1 inch is 100 inches wide or two shelves of 50 inches...