Or here I made a thing for scepti's model.

Weight at sea level ÷ area of object = density

Area of object - density = volume of object.

What is the radius of the sphere and the weight at sea level, I'll give you a number for the volume.

It won't reflect what the link says however.

Huh? Let's see if that makes sense.

Weight at sea level ÷ area of object = density.

1 kg at sea level and an area of 1000 cm^{2} --> density of 0.001 kg/cm^{2} **So you are saying density has the units of pressure, no reference to volume?**

Moving right along.

Area of object - density = volume of object.

1000 cm^{2} - 0.001 kg/cm^{2} = 999.1 cm^{3} **? sorry your equation can't be correct as written since units don't match, apart from being obvious nonsense.**

Your flawed interpretation of sceptimatics flawed model is flawed. No surprise.

I think it worked well, you showed that something with a weight of 1kg at sea level occupying 1m2 has very little density. This is obvious, you then went to show that the object would have a lot of volume.

I think you did well, here, have a star.

Actually I showed that something weighing 1kg and occupying zero volume has infinite density. You need volume, not area, to have density.

You are using the orthodox meaning of those terms, I don't know what you expect tbh.

Here, have a link that explains the terms how you are familiar with.

www.google.com

What language would you like to use for this discussion, I see that you can speak fluent gibberish?

What you mistakenly think is density, is actually pressure, what you think is volume, I have no idea? but you can't use units like kg and cm, cm

^{2} or cm

^{3} they have already been defined so, you'll have to make up some new units. Oh, and you aren't allowed to use the words weight, mass, density, volume, length, they are already defined, you'll need new words for those as well.

Good luck, I'll be watching with interest.