Posted on March 9, 2009 at 5:57pm
This is my weekly science article I write for my small town news paper. Let me know what you think!
About two pounds. Unless it is on the moon, then it is about a third of a pound, and if it is on a neutron star, it is about 28,000,000,000 pounds. You see weight and mass are two different things to scientists. On Earth land, the two are essentially identical. But in the water or even in the air weight can change, but mass stays the same. If you don’t believe me, take a scale on an… Continue