If we take an empty gallon of milk and fill it with 5 pounds of human fat, how much space would it occupy and how big would it necessarily be? Could 5 pounds of fat be a lot of fat? Can someone help me out with the whole concept?

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If we take an empty gallon of milk and fill it with 5 pounds of human fat, how much space would it occupy and how big would it necessarily be? Could 5 pounds of fat be a lot of fat? Can someone help me out with the whole concept?

If we take an empty gallon of milk and fill it with 5 pounds of human fat, how much space would it occupy and how big would it necessarily be? Could 5 pounds of fat be a lot of fat? Can someone help me out with the whole concept?

So, even large amounts of fat could occupy less space in our body because it can get condensed and squeezed in.

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