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|Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ April 03 2010,09:07)|
|Hey Joe! I'm sure you're eager to respond to this:|
There are many plaster cast copies of Michelangelo's David in existence. They weigh less than the six-ton marble original; solid marble weighs 160 lbs per cubic foot, while plaster weighs 53 lbs per cubic foot. Per your definition of size, although they are of identical physical dimensions and displace identical volumes of identical shape, plaster-cast David and the original David are NOT the same size.
So, if a precise plaster cast copy of David is not, by your definition, the same size as the original David, how much taller would plaster cast David have to be than actual David to be the same size as actual David?
Show your work.
Asshole- it's not my definition of size.
As I said a person's size includes their height and weight.
Do you really think your ignorance is meaningful discourse?
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