# Use This Converter to Calculate the Height of Mount Everest (or Whatever) in Danny DeVitos

Are you tired of our current units? You are constantly weighing the pros and cons of US metric conversion and wondering if there is a better option?

Well, thanks to British physicist Stephen Wooding of the Omni Calculator , it is. In fact, there are a lot of options.

They are part of the Wooding Odd Unit Converter , which allows the user to change units from regular feet, inches, cups, ounces, and more to manual intervals, baguettes and yes Danny DeVitos. (Plus, it also works like a normal converter, calculating feet to meters, and the like.) Here’s what you need to know.

## How a converter can be useful

In addition to entertainment value, Wooding says using a converter to change the unit of measurement can make the result more similar to everyday life – for example, using a parking space to measure area or a Big Mac to measure weight. “We can experience or visualize such things, and as long as the number that comes with measurement is not too large, we are more comfortable with the measurement,” he explains.

## How to use the calculator

Strange calculator units fairly intuitive, but here are the instructions from Wooding, who will hold you through each step:

1. Select the type of units you want to convert, such as length, height, weight, etc.
2. Enter your measurements in regular units. If the default unit is inconvenient, click on the unit to select a different unit. Then enter the number.
3. Your measurement will be converted to a strange default unit. To change a strange unit, click on it to display a list of strange units to choose from. Remember not to make the number too large or too small.
4. For units of sound and temperature, the calculator makes your number comparable to other things that are louder and quieter, colder and hotter, for example, they say that the temperature is between room temperature and the temperature of the human body.

Now, when a petition appears on Change.org to make Danny Devitos the official unit of measure, it is only a matter of time.

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