Randomness (r_ness) wrote,

Google calculator

From tenzil:

Some of you may be unaware that Google can do this:

Go to google.com, and type into the search box, how many grams in 1 pound.

Note the fine way that Google just GIVES you the answer, to about five decimal places, and doesn't even bother trying to search for results -- though it gives you a link to click on in case you were really looking for websites based on that phrase.

And it works even on ridiculous conversions and units of measure, such as how many tablespoons in a cubic light-year (answer).

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