Should probably take about 3E3 miles to do the whole juggernaut. Assuming that you bike for ten hours a day (saving the rest for sleep and personal duties) and at about 2E1 miles per hour, you'd get 2E2 miles/day. Divide it out and you'd get 1.5E2 days.Phenylethylamine wrote:A human is about 70 kg, and we have... tens of grams? hundreds of grams? worth of DNA, so -3.A123456789 wrote:I live in Michigan.
Michigan is probably about 3% of the United States's landmass, and the United States is probably around 5%-8% of the world's landmass, so the answer is -3.
What fraction of a human's mass is DNA?
How long (days) would it take to bicycle from New York to San Francisco via Chicago, assuming you're biking only during the day?
How many nanometers will a single erythrocyte travel in 24 hours (assuming no apoptotic pathways)?
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