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1 Gallon [Fluid, US] = 3.7854118 Liters
1 Gallon [Dry, US] = 4.4048838 Liters
1 Gallon [UK] = 4.54609 Liters
originally posted by: soulpowertothendegree
earthquake.usgs.gov... isolate oklahoma and look at the last 30 days of all magnitudes.
72 quakes and none of them are deeper than 7.6 kilometers, oh...and while we are on the subject of kilometers...the USA is not on the metric system, so why is the USGS using kilometers for distance?
originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
a reply to: soulpowertothendegree
I want the old imperial system back for gasoline, when a gallon was 4.56 liters. Not like in the US where a gallon is 3.99 liters. When Canada changed from imperial to metric, because they confused everyone, gas went up in price by about 25% overnight. That was back in the 70's.
Stick with what you are used to, because the politicians will always take advantage of any situation, especially a confused situation.
Cheers - Dave
If you tell me somebody is 6 foot tall, I know how tall that is.