Talha Mirza

1A Gilmartin Dear noble tribe leaders of T-Island, I have created a brand-new system of units for us to use in our daily lives called the T-Dog system. You will find this system to be quite useful, as it includes six unique units which measure temperature, length, time, weight/mass, volume/displacement, and currency. By utilizing these units, life will be made easier for us. Moreover, if it is ever decided to switch to other well-known systems, it is possible as each unit has a simple conversion to the metric system. Lastly, there are 5 situations attached to this proposal which exemplify the simplicity and convenience of using the T-Dog system.

The first unit in the T-Dog system is “Sweats” ( ), a measurement of temperature.

This measurement was invented by the unique Talha Tribe, who were the first ones to employ the use of this ingenious system.

This measurement is used to calculate and measure heat, specifically the temperature of any given atmosphere, and depict the weather.

This measurement is based on the amount of sweat one produces under a given amount of heat; therefore this unit was given the name “Sweats”.

The symbol used to designate the “Sweats” unit is a small water/sweat droplet. This symbol was created to visually represent the unit of “Sweats”.

The “Sweats” unit, in relation to the metric system would convert by the following:

1 Sweat = 10 ° Celsius

The second unit in the T-Dog system is “Longs” (lo), a measurement of length.

This measurement was also invented by the unique Talha Tribe, who were the first ones to employ the use of this ingenious system.

This measurement is used to calculate and measure length and/or distance, specifically from point A to point B. It is used when members of the tribe travel around the island.

This measurement is based on the amount one would have to travel to somewhere that is a “long” journey away, this is why this unit was named