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Tim Worstall

Garbage comes in a volume - as does beer, say. So, the idea that we use a volume measurement to measure a volume doesn't strike me as all that very odd.

We'd not measure beer in pounds, or Newtons, joules or metres per second, after all.

Well, guess we could measure beer that way. The pounds that one will add to the hips, the acceleration at which one's prospects disappear, the amount of work being avoided by having it, the speed at which people get out of the way after the drinker annouces "Hold my beer and watch this".

But volume does seem simpler.

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