This is the problem with Americans converting to metric units. If you "weigh" 100kg on Earth, you're still 100kg on Mars. It's the Newtons that change!
Nope. You weigh 100kp on earth when you put 100kg of mass on a scale near sea level. The kg is a mass measure, not a weight.
@rudolf that's the point. The science demonstrator on the livestream misspoke as she first used 100lbs as the reference which would be correct for it being less on Mars, but then tried to be inclusive for metric units and messed up that kg are mass and not weight.
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