That's what I mean. We have to tiny it before we get a grip on it. Lay out four billion pennies, all face up. Then you have an idea about four billion. What you propose is to ignore the "billion" because it's out of our grasp.
It's partly a matter of perspective, which even in my life time has varied. When I was barely in school, I had a friend who was two years older. He informed me he could count to a hundred. I was dumbfounded, so he started to show me. Somewhere in the demonstration, we both got bored and he quit. When I first heard about them, millionaires were remarkable, and the power of the wealth was astounding. Today, some of the kids I went to school with are millionaires, but it's not so impressive anymore. In fact, the millionaires I know, I tend to consider in the upper middle class. We no longer look at millionaires with a sense of awe. It takes a billionaire to do that these days. Of course a million or a billion things are still a lot, even though one dwarfs the other. Actually, both numbers are rather unfathomable. You can blow a couple of million dollars on a classy sailboat, but it's still a lot of dollars. Try saving a million dollars. It's impossible for most people.