These monsters were not only ten times as high as Christian, but ten times as wide and ten times as thick, so that their total weight was a thousand times his, or about eighty to ninety tons. Unfortunately the cross sections of their bones were only a hundred times those of Christian, so that every square inch of giant bone had to support ten times the weight borne by a square inch of human bone.As the human thigh-bone breaks under about ten times the human weight,Pope and Pagan would have broken their thighs every time they took a step.

## Citing a PDF: Nitrogen Calibration Chart

PDF: https://www.paulbparts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/nitrogenCalibrationChart.pdf

100 units of nitrogen are divided by 3.3 = 30.3 gallons per acre.

#### The text that I copied off the PDF is:

Calibration for Dripping Nitrogen with D-Orifice Discs

Information Needed: Formula to Calibrate Nozzle Size:

– gallon per acre

– speed of travel G.P.M. = G.P.A. x M.P.H. x W

– nozzle spacing (inches) 5940

Key:

P.S.I. = pounds per square inch

G.P.M. = gallons per minute

M.P.H. = miles per hour

G.P.A. = gallons per acre

W = nozzle spacing

Note: 3.3 UNITS OF NITROGEN PER GALLON

Example of Calibration:

100 units of nitrogen are divided by 3.3 = 30.3 gallons per acre. 30.3 gallons per

acre x speed of 4 mph = 121.2. Now multiply 121.2 x 30″ nozzle spacing. = 3636.

Next divide 3636 by 5940 = .61 gallons per minute flow per nozzle. Now by

checking D-Orifice chart, you will see D-5 Orifice with liquid nitrogen flows .62

gallons at 30 lb pressure.

Note: WHEN USING BALL CHECK STRAINERS, ADD 5 LB PRESSURE.

Checking Tractor Speeds:

Speed in MPH Time required in seconds to travel a

distance of

100 ft 200 ft

3.0 23 45

3.5 20 39

4.0 17 34

4.5 15 30

5.0 14 27

6.0 11 23

7.0 —- 19

7.5 —– 18

8.0 —- 17

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