He was indeed an interesting person who contributed to this on-line community. I tend to stay within a predictable range. The difference in mass pre- and post- dump is 200g, this is the same mass as ~200 ml of water, the glass of water probably contained enough mass to account for a large part of the “dumped” weight and as others have noticed the scales probably are only accurate to the nearest pound or so… So sad.I wish I was doctor! and able to see jocular and able to cure him and able to give him all happiness he deserves.
Probably not a huge amount of competition in that field, admittedly.Or…………perhaps Raziell has found the key to anti-gravity devices. Just to let you know that I have heard from Jocular. You drank a glass of water which would weigh very close to the amount of your ‘deposit’. That is very sad to hear.
Welcome to the moderating team, Markus. They are not very sensitive – they cannot record small differences, they are not very accurate, they are not stable under differing temperature and pressure, nor do they give particularly repeatable readings.*You are trying to measure a difference in your body mass of 0.27%, which I would suggest is a lot to ask of bathroom scales.OB They work fine, as long as you just look at the long term trends instead of worrying about every little day to day fluctuation, which is probably just due to water weight anyway. More