Also? If you're a fan of volume, calculating volume, or stuff like that ... that's a fun page to read. If you're a fan of sci-fi and wondered "How big is X?" they've got dozens of different ships from different universes broken down in a standardized format. This is the kind of math that glistens. You know shit got real when there's 14 paragraphs of methodology and notes before you even see a number, then 58+ footnotes.Thank you jayman419 for making my day.
On a Reddit group entitled "TheyDidTheMath" someone was inquiring about the number of tribbles calculated by Spock at K-7, and someone shared my Volumetrics page. This led to a review of the page that pleased me greatly: