Change your weight into kilos in the U.S., and you’re actually lighter.
Apparently, the cylinder that defines how much one kilogram is has become 50 micrograms lighter.Â At least the one in the U.S. is.
I weigh in at 105 lbs.Â (Yes, I’m officially over 100 lbs.Â Shut up.)Â = 47,627,198,850 micrograms (47.627198850 kilograms)
If the U.S. kilo is now 999,950 micrograms, then I actually weigh 47,627,196,469 microgram (47.627196469 kilograms)
I’m 2381.359943 micrograms lighter now!