Re: [curiosa] Re: Debian Centre of Mass
firstname.lastname@example.org (Martin F. Krafft) wrote on 07.07.01 in <20010707222441.A3454@fishbowl.madduck.net>:
> also sprach Steve M. Robbins (on Sat, 07 Jul 2001 04:08:21PM -0400):
> > Err, my point is that "kilo" is properly abbreviated by "k",
> > but not by "K".
> > See, e.g. <http://www.alcpress.com/tutorials/units/prefix-decimal.htm>.
> with which i disagree. read my other post. and i am digging out my
Well, if you disagree, then you're simply wrong. Small k is the SI
abbreviation for kilo. Period. Nothing to debate here, it's defined that
way. You might as well disagree with 2+2=4.
(So 1 kK is 726.85°C.)