“The U.S. uses 60 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.” and

“If we stack the cubic feet of natural gas on top of each other weâ€™d go to the moon and back 25 times every day.”

The moon is on average 238,857 miles away. Which is 1,261,164,960 feet. One and a quarter billion! The “moon and back” is therefore around tow and a half billion feet. Times 25? Sixty-two and a half billion. How is sixty million feet (the height of one cubic foot of gas being one foot in height) anything like sixty-two billion??? Who wrote this?

Even a bit of proof reading would alert you to the fact that the moon is patently not sixty million feet away, let alone 60,000/2 (there and back) /25 (times each day) = 1,200,000 feet away.

And if you didn’t mean that, then once again – proof read before you post. BTW – do you not have editors??? Can they not proof read either?

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