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bfs_000

It's all fun and games until you crash a multi million dollar rocket because of a unit conversion error (Google Mars Climate Orbiter)

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cyberd

70 m/s and one dickhead teacher

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lord_crop

In high school physics you could mostly infer what to do by knowing the units asked for and provided. At least that got me through well, while mostly not paying attention, good maths background (well, simple integration and differentials mostly does it at that level), and not doing jack shit for the class at all.

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mikehuik

70 times I did your mom

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og_busta

Yes

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psychoham

40m/s + 30m/s = 251.9999999798

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blacktrader

He's right you know.

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dj_dave

70(Apples+bananas) of course :D

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lilraz

No. 70 to the question you just gave me teach

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bramver

Meanwhile actual physcists: I'm gonna set the speed of light, the gravitational constant and planks constant to 1. Mass and length now have the same units. If you ever need to know the right units you can probably figure it out. Have fun!

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