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SuperSmeg

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#1 11 years ago

If a single bar of gold pressed latinum were to be converted according to the british moeny system (£), what would it be equal to?

Anyone know?

Im just curious :p




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#2 11 years ago

Well, 1 brick is equivalent to $1000.00 US – so if I did the conversion right that would be 506.45 GBP? Hope this helps.:)




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#3 11 years ago
AlDaja;3694140Well, 1 brick is equivalent to $1000.00 US – so if I did the conversion right that would be 506.45 GBP? Hope this helps.:)

No wonder ferengis were so greedy LOL:rofl::lol:




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#4 11 years ago
AlDaja;3694140Well, 1 brick is equivalent to $1000.00 US – so if I did the conversion right that would be 506.45 GBP? Hope this helps.:)

Where'd you get that figure from? Latinum's a fictional substance with no real world value... right? Right?!




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#5 11 years ago
Mr. Matt;3694178Where'd you get that figure from? Latinum's a fictional substance with no real world value... right? Right?!

Duh - you can research fictional information to give a "real world" value. Wikipedia offered the figure.




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#6 11 years ago

But... but... how can you attribute a value to something that doesn't exist?! Was it specifically mentioned in an episode? Was it that one where Quark & Co end up in Roswell?




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#7 11 years ago

You do know that this thread was just a bit of harmless fun dont you Mr. Matt?

I was just curious if some hardcore trek fans had attributed a value to latinum using real world currency.

No need to get all up tight about it.

Chill man.




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#8 11 years ago

I'll have to go with Matt here. Latinum represents a fictional money system. You can't convert that into real money since what they represent can't be compared so easily.




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#9 11 years ago

SuperSmeg;3694310You do know that this thread was just a bit of harmless fun dont you Mr. Matt?

I was just curious if some hardcore trek fans had attributed a value to latinum using real world currency.

No need to get all up tight about it.

Chill man.

I just want to know where he got that figure from, is all. He seemed to say it with such conviction...




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#10 11 years ago

:google: will help you mat...lol


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