No i think he means what is it in american measurments becuase they use imperial
Gram and liter is imperial.
No, many serious charges including public endangerment
Yeah and Google can answer that if you convert from mg to lbs or is he searching for some other volume measurements?
No, its metric. Ounce and pounds
Ounce and Pounds right?
189mg ≈ 0.000416674 lbs
100ml ≈ 0.2205 lbs
That is what I’ve found so far and is the most accurate count that I can make out when counting on a calculator.
Well the conversion of the volume above is the most accurate ones I can get.
I’ve checked up with multiple websites and used a advanced graf-calculator to get accurate numbers and what can be seen above are the closest numbers you’ll be able to get in lbs (Pounds).
This surprisingly happens a lot pilots getting in off flights heading out for drinks with crew and don’t return until the early hours and fly out the next morning
It shouldn’t be happening though. Theres hundreds of lives at risk.
Luckily they caught the guy before anything worse could happen!
…maybe you should use oz. for the first number and fluid oz. for the second if you want Imperial measurements.
(That sounds like Star Wars.) :)
Yeah I say that pilot wanted to party and went to heavy on the booze it’s tireing and stressful doing them flights as well it happens to all of us and anyways alcohol is cleared out of the system the next morning he probably just had one big hangover
Hopefully he has learned that safety and health is the Main priority
As insanely terrible as this is on a safety level, think of this on the other end as well. This pilot spent tons of hours of his life and tons of money to get where he is. Why the heck would he do something like this to throw it all away? This whole thing blows m mind.
One stupid decision can go a long ways, you have a great point.
Ok everyone, I did the math, and here’s how it turned out:
If the man had the weight of an average adult (150 to 180 lbs), then he probably had around 5,000 mL of blood in his entire body.
Now we’ll assume that the alcohol was mixed evenly throughout his entire bloodstream.
You just need to multiply each number by 50, and you get 9.45g of alcohol per 5000mL of blood.
Now considering that one average small wine glass contains “10 grams of pure alcohol”…
Oh wait a second… that means he didn’t even drink one whole glass… wait… that can’t be right…
Long story short - arithmetic is no match for alcohol. (R.I.P. @Captain_JR)
R.I.P Me?? Your calculations show he didn’t drink even one galss. How can someone become that intoxicated then?
How does one become intoxicated by 10 grams? Or well that depends on what he drank and how much he cam handle personally.
I’m no doctor, but I think his body must have absorbed most of the alcohol by that point (or something like that).
Maybe the alcohol in your bloodstream is just whatever’s left over? I’m not sure.