About This Project
Given an average human being in an average bathtub, we want to figure out how many bottles of wine it takes to fill the bathtub.
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What is the context of this research?
We were sitting around drinking, and we came up with this question. Turns out, while it's easy in theory to determine the average wine bottle volume, the average bathtub volume, and the average sized human, estimates for this are all over the place.
What is the significance of this project?
Knowing the precise answer could make it easier for anyone in the future to plan a wine bath.
What are the goals of the project?
We want to know the answer.
We're going to get the wine from Trader Joe's. 60 bottles of '$2 Buch Chuck' should come out to $140. If we go beyond our goal, we'll try to answer the question of many boxes of jello does it take to fill a tub with a human in it.
Supposedly this was a service offered in fancy hotels for an extravagant price. The service was for 126 bottles of champagne. See: http://morethanjustwine.blogsp...
However, problems with champagne is the density and volume characteristics are different.
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