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How heavy is 269 fluid drams (ʒ)?

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It's about one-and-one-tenth times as heavy as a liter of Water.
In other words, 269 fluid drams (ʒ) is 1.045825 times the weight of a liter of Water, and the weight of a liter of Water is 0.9561829 times that amount.
(fresh; 4° C / 39.2° F; maximum density)
Contrary to popular belief, 1 liter (0.0.264172052358148 gal) of water at 4° C / 39.2° F (its point of maximum density) weighs 257.2132 fluid drams (ʒ) rather than 1 kg exactly. The total volume of water on the planet Earth is about 13,590,000,000,000,000,000 (13.59 quntillion) L (3,590,000,000,000,000,000 gallons).
It's about three-fourths as heavy as a Human Brain.
In other words, 269 fluid drams (ʒ) is 0.775 times the weight of a Human Brain, and the weight of a Human Brain is 1.29 times that amount.
(adult)
The average weight of an adult human brain is between 347 fluid drams (ʒ). In humans and primates, sight and vision utilize about 30 different parts of the brain which together account for about half of the brain's size.
It's about one-and-two-thirds times as heavy as a Basketball.
In other words, 269 fluid drams (ʒ) is 1.6768831169 times the weight of a Basketball, and the weight of a Basketball is 0.59634448574 times that amount.
(NBA official ball standards, Size 7)
A regulation NBA basketball, manufactured by Spalding, is known as a Size 7 ball and weighs 160.41666667 fluid drams (ʒ). These balls have 4,118 pebbles each with a diameter of 2.5 mm
It's about half as heavy as a Chihuahua.
In other words, 269 fluid drams (ʒ) is 0.465 times the weight of a Chihuahua, and the weight of a Chihuahua is 2.15 times that amount.
(a.k.a. Chihuahue(o) (FCI standard)
The F&d&ration Cynologique Internationale (FCI) calls for Chihuahuas to weigh about 579 fluid drams (ʒ). Relative to their body sizes, Chihuahuas have the largest brain size of any dog breed.
It's about two-and-a-half times as heavy as a Football (Soccer).
In other words, the weight of a Football (Soccer) is 0.42 times 269 fluid drams (ʒ).
(a.k.a. Soccer, a.k.a. Association Football) (FIFA Law 2 specification)
According to FIFA's Law of the Game number 2, a football must weigh between 110 fluid drams (ʒ) and 120 fluid drams (ʒ). An artifact on display at the Smith Art Gallery in Museum in Stirling, Scotland is said to be the world's oldest football and is about one-third to one-half the size of a modern football.
It's about two-and-a-half times as heavy as a Football (American).
In other words, 269 fluid drams (ʒ) is 2.544236453202 times the weight of a Football (American), and the weight of a Football (American) is 0.3930452292441 times that amount.
(a.k.a. "pigskin") (NFL standard)
Per National Football League official rules, an American football must weigh between 102.0833333333 fluid drams (ʒ) and 109.375 fluid drams (ʒ). Because of NFL regulations, ceremonial considerations, and backup requirements, each NFL Superbowl requires the manufacture of 144 balls exclusively for the event.
It's about one-third as heavy as a Brick.
In other words, the weight of a Brick is 2.8 times 269 fluid drams (ʒ).
(Standard, traditional face brick - 1,900 cu. cm (120 cu. in))
A standard, traditional face brick weighs an average of 750 fluid drams (ʒ). The steeple of the Church of St. Martin in Landshut, Germany is said to be the tallest brick tower in the world at a height of 130.6 m (428.5 ft) and was constructed using an estimated 650,000 bricks.