Disputatio:Libra (pondus)

Latest comment: abhinc 14 annos by Fabullus

I'm sorry that last sentence was a grammatical disaster; I can't believe I wrote it. I also used the first person there, which is not encyclopedic, but I knew of no better way to indicate it.

Tibi gratulor quod conaris - et latinitas tua cotidie amelioratur.

In any case, the pound is defined as a unit of mass, and not 'weight'; it measures the same quantity as the kilogram does. Read any good account of the controversy; even the English article acknowledges it. Pantocrator 13:11, 19 Aprilis 2010 (UTC)Reply

quare nescitur or cuius causa nescitur would work. --Ioscius 13:15, 19 Aprilis 2010 (UTC)Reply
Heu, libram esse massae non ponderis unitatem recte admones! Ceterum, quid sibi vult illud 'etiam vis'? --Fabullus 13:07, 20 Aprilis 2010 (UTC)Reply
Revertere ad "Libra (pondus)".