This question was received rather negatively by the community for its naive understanding of units of force. Put simply, it asked what would happen if you punched somebody with 172500N of force. It's off-topic for WB.SE, and it [probably] wouldn't be received too well on Physics.SE.
Inspired by xkcd, I hope to establish some intuitive(ish) reference points for various metric units. Many people could estimate a centimeter as about the width of a finger, but how much pressure is one megapascal? Sure, it's defined as 1e6 Pa, but what's that mean to the root user?
Answers to this question should be written for a single unit. The format is as follows:
Base SI unit: (mathjax describing unit and using only SI base units)
Common units: (unit of measure commonly used. If there's an equivalent measure in Imperial units, include it as well.)
Unit Value Description Value Description
- Constant - description (Link to the wikipedia page for that constant.)
Current units defined in this question:
Units that need a definition:
- Momentum (maybe)
Feel free to add more.