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The Cosmological Milkshake: A Semi-Serious Look at the Size of Things

by Robert Ehrlich

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Feet, furlongs, and femtometers, and fermis are just a few of the many units of distance or size.
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Bite-sized essays and zany cartoons about the sizes of things in the universe--how big, how far, how fast, how hot.

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