Sure, everybody is talking about how great Wolfram Alpha is. And sure, it's neat to fit a polynominal to given data, translate a DNA base sequence and find occurrences in the human genome, or even get the color swatch from hue, saturation and lightness input but really, how is all that scientific mumbo-jumbo helpful?
Luckily, there is an alternative for the real world - the Weird Converter!
Using the known measurements of unusual objects like the length of the world's longest snake, the weight of a Blue Whale, and the volume of the average human stomach, Weird Converter answers life's really tough questions, like:
How many Jennifer Anistons in 1 elephant?Or:
How many bathtubs in an average human stomach?So, go ahead and let out your inner geek and throw some tough questions at the insanely awesome Weird Converter!
[Tip of the hat to Woot]
Speaking of inner geek - be sure to take a look at the these other über-geeky tools and sits:
- Periodic table of typefaces
- Binary translator for communicating with your CPU, friends
- Eye charts from around the globe
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