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    Re: Units in Navigation
    From: David Pike
    Date: 2020 Sep 26, 05:45 -0700

    Heh. If you haven't tried this yet, visit Google and ask: what is 15000 feet in meters? Or 28.90 in Hg in kPa? Each result includes a built-in calculator with preset conversions factors and also a nice hint on doing calculations without using their tool. Hard to beat!  Frank Reed

    Great.  The problem is when you scroll down a bit further it also tells you where you're asking from. Thus adding truth to the term 'We know where you live'.  Creepy' and too clever by half.  I must try it from the middle of the Humber to see what it comes up with.  DaveP 

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