How Much is a Kilogram, Again?

It appears as though the platinum-iridium cylinder which has been the standard against which a kilogram is measured since 1889 has been losing “weight”.  So, now they’re searching for a new standard against which to define the kilogram.

I’ll now demostrate my true geekiness (it seems I’m 23.4714% Geek 31.36095% - Total Geek):  the kilogram does not measure “weight”, you idiot reporter, it measures “mass”.

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I got 25 point something. It’s not completely accurate, though. Some questions are weren’t sure about, so I went with the ‘geekier’ answer.

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