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How heavy is 0.0000000000120 megatonnes?

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It's about one-tenth as heavy as a Deck of Cards
In other words, 0.0000000000120 megatonnes is 0.130 times the weight of a Deck of Cards, and the weight of a Deck of Cards is 7.70 times that amount.
(ISO 216 B8 size, a.k.a. "poker size" 63 x 88 mm, 52-card deck)
A deck of 52 ISO 216 B8-size playing cards weighs 0.0000000000940 megatonnes. Utilizing nearly 3,700 decks, the record-holding largest card tower was built in early 2010, stood over 3.5 m (11 ft), and weighed over 0.000000230 megatonnes.
It's about eight-and-a-half times as heavy as a Paper Clip
In other words, the weight of a Paper Clip is 0.120 times 0.0000000000120 megatonnes.
(average)
Notwithstanding the tremendous variation in sizes and materials, a typical paperclip weighs about 0.00000000000140 megatonnes. The country of Norway has used the paper clip as something of a national symbol since the end of World War II based on the erroneous notion that the paperclip was invented by a Norwegian, Johan Vaaler. However, the paperclip had already been in existence for at least 30 years by the time of Vaaler patented his paperclip design.
It's about eleven times as heavy as a Jelly Bean
In other words, the weight of a Jelly Bean is 0.091 times 0.0000000000120 megatonnes.
(for Jelly Belly beans; approximate)
Made of sugar, corn syrup, and pectin, a single jelly bean weighs about 0.00000000000110 megatonnes. President Ronald Reagan cited jelly beans as his favorite candy and 0.00000320 megatonnes of the candies were served at his first inauguration in 1981.
It's about one-tenth as heavy as a Battery (D)
In other words, 0.0000000000120 megatonnes is 0.0889 times the weight of a Battery (D), and the weight of a Battery (D) is 11.20 times that amount.
(Alkaline)
A "D" size battery weighs 0.0000000001350 megatonnes. The D size battery is the oldest of the modern battery sizes, first invented by the National Carbon Company in 1898.
It's about one-tenth as heavy as a Baseball
In other words, 0.0000000000120 megatonnes is 0.082592691394139 times the weight of a Baseball, and the weight of a Baseball is 12.1076088346350 times that amount.
(MLB rules)
Per Major League Baseball rules, a baseball must weigh between 0.0000000001417476156250 megatonnes and 0.000000000148834996406250 megatonnes. A major league pitcher can throw a baseball at up to 150 kph (91 mph) (with a fastball pitch), with record-setting pitches as fast as 171 kph (106 mph).
It's about one-fifteenth as heavy as a Billiard Ball
In other words, 0.0000000000120 megatonnes is 0.073615224938255 times the weight of a Billiard Ball, and the weight of a Billiard Ball is 13.5841464973960 times that amount.
(American-style, WPA specifications)
Per the World Pool-Billiard Association, a billiard ball weight must weigh between 0.00000000015592237718750 megatonnes and 0.000000000170097138750 megatonnes. According to legend, the difficulty in obtaining elephant ivory for the manufacture of billiard balls in the 19th century inspired the search for a replacement material, which led to the development of the first industrial plastic.
It's about one-fifteenth as heavy as a Puck (Hockey)
In other words, 0.0000000000120 megatonnes is 0.073615224938255 times the weight of a Puck (Hockey), and the weight of a Puck (Hockey) is 13.5841464973960 times that amount.
(Ice hockey)
A standard ice hockey puck weighs between 0.00000000015592237718750 megatonnes and 0.000000000170097138750 megatonnes. Hockey pucks can be shot or passed at speeds of up to 160 kph (99 mph) during games.