Read here about a physical property that can be measured and depicted in a scalometer.

Units of Pressure

The pascal is the SI derived unit for measuring pressure. It is derived from Newton per square meter (N/m^2), which in turn can be expressed as kilogram-meter per second squared.

Exponential Nature of Pressure

The pressure of a volume, be it solid, fluid or gas, is by its very nature logarithmic due to the third power ratio of volume to linear movement.

Examples Of Pressure Metrics

Richter scale.

Quotes

A blood-curdling scream is not a thousand or a million or even a billion but a thousand billion times as loud as a pin dropping. (Dorian Sagan).

## Pressure

## Table of Contents

## Units of Pressure

The pascal is the SI derived unit for measuring pressure. It is derived from Newton per square meter (N/m^2), which in turn can be expressed as kilogram-meter per second squared.## Exponential Nature of Pressure

The pressure of a volume, be it solid, fluid or gas, is by its very nature logarithmic due to the third power ratio of volume to linear movement.

## Examples Of Pressure Metrics

Richter scale.

## Quotes

A blood-curdling scream is not a thousand or a million or even a billion but a thousand billion times as loud as a pin dropping. (Dorian Sagan).