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First cube: Almost 4 Megakilograms. Not quite as heavy as the second-largest Great Pyramid of Egypt.
Second cube: 1.86 cm across. The width of a penny.
ha ha, ha ha...it`s pretty simple and cleary explained in my opinion:[ m/v = d ]
If it were lighter than air regardless of it being a solid or not it would "float." I am not going to go into an in depth explanation of why this is because this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoCAxS4vq... will prove it visually. If you need an explanation I will give it.
because air isnt attracted by gravity right?
No, it`s a solid, it`s still attracted to the Earth by gravity.
I like how his image is distorted in the last one.
My brain just died a little. "The box on the left gives you the weight and the box on the right gives you the volume.So, the first box tells you how heavy it is and the second tells you how big it is for the weight and how it would look to you.
@Revdrdark: "Waiting on the "fun"..."
I guess for you and most of the population it isn`t fun unless something absurd happens.
Not too abstract a concept to grasp... the first cube tells you how much a cubic foot of the substance weights, the second cube tells you how much volume 1000 Kg of the substance occupies.
My brain just died a little.
GET IT?! :)
very cool infograph though.
I`ve really been liking the infographics lately; keep `em coming!