@thecraftywalrus, I think he meant specific gravity
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, "Croutons of Christ"
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, Jeezit is my new favorite word now
what kind of insane math is this dude on human beings have on average 5 liters of blood youd have to drink aprox 6.66 (ha the devil number) bottles of communion wine to drink all of the blood of christ so already you’re way off
@liviwintergirl, yeah he WAAYover thought that part.
@liviwintergirl, I agree, the maths don’t check out
@liviwintergirl, Where he went wrong was that humans are 60% water but blood only uses about 1/12 of your total body water (most of it is stored in cells and tissue matrix). It was a misunderstanding from someone who apparently has not taken an anatomy/physiology course
I would have equated it to the caloric value
Human: 81,500 cal
Single Cracker: 13 cal
Bottle of Wine: 600 cal
Percentage of blood to tissue: 7%
9.5 bottles of wine
Just one. “And the whole Christ is present under every part or quantity of each species” - Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica.
Or you know you could just convert to protestantism and realise Jesus never meant it literally instead it was meant figuratively as a sign that you are living as he lived and you are reminding yourself and others of that claim and such such... Yeah yeah it's a joke ok ok
He was unlikely to be 5’10 back in those days
@Unkle77, probably 5’4”
Ah yes but how many mass’ would you have to attend to Ingest that much ?
@generic zombie, I don’t know about the blood but probably 101,604 for the Jeezits. I’m not a religious man but I think you get one dried Jesus wafer per gathering.
@Earth Chan, yeah, Jesus is usually a one per customer affair, like next gen consoles
@Earth Chan, I’m a Christian, and this was clever. Bravo
@generic zombie, all of them
@generic zombie, let’s put it this way if u went to mass every Sunday since Jesus’ death u still wouldn’t have eaten that many
@generic zombie, if you went once a day, it would take over 278 years
@generic zombie, once a week is a little less than 2,000 years.
Only the average height then was 5ft.
Croutons of Christ got me
This is the kind of math I like!
Makes you think. Like, who gives a shjt? Y’know?