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  From: clbergst@mathlab.mtu.edu
  To  : hrabbey@mtu.edu
  Date: Fri, 11 Feb 1994 18:22:52 -0500 (EST)

Re: HOWARDS (fwd)

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> From clbergst@mtu.edu Fri Feb 11 15:26:18 1994
> Date: Fri, 11 Feb 1994 15:25:55
> From: clbergst@mtu.edu (Chris Bergstedt)
> To: clbergst@mathlab.mtu.edu
> Subject: Re: HOWARDS
> Keywords: Howards
> Message-Id: <QD5BE9D4@pacepc20>
> 
> Forwarded message follows:
> -----------------
> From: Korey Kiepert <ktkieper>
> Subject: HOWARDS
> To: clbergst@mtu.edu (Chris Bergstedt), delugaue@mtu.edu (delugaue),
>         aprzywar@major.cs.mtu.edu (Anna Przywara), allindqu@mathlab.mtu.edu
> Date: Fri, 11 Feb 94 11:51:28 EST
> 
> Forwarded message:
> >From ktkieper Fri Feb 11 11:47:17 1994
> Subject: 
> To: hrabbey@mtu.edu (howard)
> Date: Fri, 11 Feb 94 11:47:17 EST
> X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.3 PL11]
> 
> Standard Units in the Howard Sytem of Measurment:
> 
> 
> Time: Howards.  It is zero Howard when Howard gets up in the morning and
>                 5oo Howards when he goes to bed.  Breakfast occurs at 100
>                 Howards, lunch at 200, dinner at 300, and snack at 400.
> 
> Distance: Howards.  A length of one Howard is that distance from the feet of
>                     Howard to the top of his head.
> 
> Velocity: Howards(d)/Howards(t) Velocity is the distance travelled per unit
>                                 time.  It shall be so.
> 
> Accelleration: Howards(d)/Howards(t)SQUARED     Accelleration shall be so.
> 
> Actual Velocity in Howards:  Your standard rate of motion in comparison with
> 
>                              that of Howard at a given instance in time.
> 
> Actual Accelleration in Howards:        Your accelleration in comparison
> with
>                                         that of Howard at a given instance
> in
>                                         time.
> 
> Anger: Howard Roberts
> 
> Sanity: Howards.        There shall be a scale of 10 with the Sanity of 
>                         Howard being that of 5, or the level of normalcy.
> 
> Angular Measurements:  Howards. The angle that Howard makes in relation to 
>                                 the ground will be a 1 Howard angle.  All 
>                                 other angles can be found in relation to
> this
>                                 angle.
> 
> Engergy: Howards.       The blood sugar level of Howard at any give time
> shall
>                         be the new standard from which energy is based.  It 
>                         SHALL become 1 howard unit of energy.
> 
> Heat:   Howards.        Whatever the temperature of Howard in accordance
> with
>                         Kelvin at any given time shall be 1 howard.
> 
> This is the National Standards listing of Howard Units as of 2-11-94.
> Please be informed of new Howard units.
>                                 The Howard Institute for Measurement 1994
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 


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