I wish he'd stop using the tapatoCo T-shirt as a reference. The math on it is clearly wrong.
It lists an 80kg person as having 20kg of fat - 180,000calories on its own - more than the 110,000 calorie total listed for that 25% body fat human. Add in the protein and carbs and you're up at 240k.
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- Tue Jan 21, 2014 8:37 am UTC
- Forum: What If?
- Topic: What-If 0078: "T-Rex Calories"
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According to the shirt, the 'average' human listed there is 80kg, w 20/kg of bodyfat. 25% bodyfat - I guess this is an average western civilization person? Disregarding that, they also have 1.2kg of carbs and 13.6kg of protein. These macronutrient amounts seem reasonable. However 20 x 9000kcal/kgfat...