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· My Second Ozark Boat Ride

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Weird Stuff #1
2/8/2012 2:10:04 PM    [ Flag as Inappropriate ]

I don’t know why I think up all this crap.
Question:

What is the horse power rating of a mosquito?

Answer:

The average mosquito weighs 2.5 grams and consumes 5 micro liters of blood per meal. The combined weight is roughly 55 ten thousandths of a pound. One horsepower is defined as lifting 550 lbs one foot in one second. Therefore conservatively estimating that a mosquito lifts only its weight plus liquid cargo, it puts out an impressive one-one hundred thousandth of a horsepower. That means one hundred thousand mosquitoes can do the work of one horse. How’s that for perspective? Now I know why I sometime feel like they are carrying me off.






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More Blogs by Patrick A Granfors
•  Weird Stuff #1 - Wednesday, February 08, 2012  
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