This page is a joke. Prerequisites: DS9, PIC s3

You might think that Odometers measure the travel distance of your antiquated land or air vehicles. They do not. An Odometer actually answers Riker's question of

"Oh, look at this one. How much of that goo shit did they pour into you?"

Riker, PICs3e6

Odometers measure in percent, which is why it is unsafe for your Odometer to be above 100. The equation is

\[g\left(\mu,\rho\right)=\frac{200}{1+e^{-k\mu\rho}}-100\]

given a density \(\rho\), viscosity \(\mu\). The contant \(k\) is equal to

\[k=\frac{\left(5.31427\mathrm{\;Rg}\right)^2}{10^9\left(17.4\mathrm{\;hr}\;\cdot\;10^{37}\mathrm{\;m^4}\right)}\]

so the units cancel out, because \(\mu\rho\) has units \(\frac{\mathrm{kg^2}}{\mathrm{m^4}\;\mathrm s}\).