I've found there's two things people don't understand about computers, 0 and 1.
This argument will keep raging until the entire world kneel down before statues of Stalin and all sanity has been annihilated.
It does not matter what system you use as long as everybody doing something to work on a project ALL use the same standards. Growing up with Imperial, having the country change to metric at age 9 I had to go through school and sit all exams including Trade exams in both.
Some things are just quicker and faster using Imperial, other times metric is easier.
As there is a huge amount of old stuff in the world which occasionally has to be worked on is reason enough to be conversant in both. This Irish guy might be of the bog variety, certainly dumbed down by being raised with only metrickery.
Here is some good information that helps explain a few things that you will never be taught in school today: Weights, Measures and Volumes of the Ancient Mediterranean
I don't know this for a fact but in my musings on the origin of the phrase I've come to the opinion that the phrase "Hear, Hear!" likely is a misquote of the original phrase, "Hear here!" which means to me to call attention to something someone has said and it fits with its common usage in conversation.
And now back to your regularly scheduled program.
If you can't make it precise make it adjustable.
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Toolmaker51 (Aug 23, 2020)
" A refrigerator keeps items in a state of frige, a word that has yet to be assigned a logical definition.
A refridgerator keeps items fridged and may continuously refridge this items, a well logical word."
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