A cube that measures 1cm x 1cm x 1cm will hold 1ml of liquid.
Continuing in that line, a cube that measures 10cm x 10 cm x 10 cm (or if you prefer, 1 decimeter x 1 decimeter x 1 decimeter) will hold 1 liter of liquid. 1 liter of pure water at standard temperature and pressure weighs 1 kilogram.
Requisite “Star Trek” comment
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It is s good thing that I’m not in the medical profession. I’ve been hearing stories lately of Doctors and Nurses treating patients in the ER and ICU who refuse to believe they have COVID and that it is a “fake disease.” My attitude would be something along the lines of “Hippocratic Oath be damned: You just went to the bottom of my treatment list and I’ll get to you eventually — if you live that long.”
I’ve done something related. I placed fake yard-sale signs directing searchers to keep circling the same block…
Texas’ new state motto: “All your uterus are belong to us.”
I have a friend in Australia who recently pointed out that “England dumped its criminals in Australia and its religious nuts in America.” She thinks they got the better end of the deal (and I don’t disagree).
Right up there with Boston Chicken, Brueggers Bagels, and Eastern Airlines.
The earth cannot possibly be flat. If it were, my cat would have pushed everything off the edge by now.
Math question: If Brandy’s beaver can eat 8 inches of wood every 6 hours, how much wood will I need to give to Brandy to keep her beaver happy during our weekend retreat?