Talk:100 yottametres

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observable universe[edit]

Based on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Observable_universe, the statement that 13,700 million light years is the radius of the observable universe is incorrect.

Rename proposal[edit]

At AFD I argued: Rename and redirect, and let's argue instead about what their base names should be, which is the whole problem. I propose "1 yoctometre", "100 zeptometres", etc., through "100 yottametres". For purposes of people finding them, redirect from many other potential versions such as "1 centimeter" = "1 centimetre", "ten nanometres" = "10 nanometres" (these first two also combine), "1hm" = "1 hm" = "1 hectometre", "one thousandth metre" = "1 millimetre", "one milliard metres" = "1 gigametre" (use of >100 and <.01 is limited only to text, and only with meter and metre), "one billion metres" = "1 gigametre" (not "1 terametre"), and occasional exceptions like "1 myriameter" = "10 kilometres". Also add to disambiguation pages like "10K". That should be enough to define a system, y'all can take it from there. John J. Bulten (talk) 14:41, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

redirects[edit]

1 E27 m, 1000 yottametres, etc should redirect here, because there's an entry for it. (alternately, build a page for that single entry.) 70.51.11.219 (talk) 05:57, 1 August 2008 (UTC)

Brontomeeter[edit]

I presume that a new next mesurement up could be added as the brontomeeter being 1000 Yottametres and have one entery as >1 Brontomeeter for size of universe beyond the cosmic light horizon? Alan2here (talk) 13:38, 26 April 2009 (UTC) http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/13290