There is no equivalence.
A pound is a measure of mass. A litre is a measure of volume.
The two measure different things and, according to basic principles
of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not
valid.
If you are not convinced, consider a litre of air. How many
pounds? Next consider a litre of water. How many pounds?
The masses of equal volumes of the two substances will clearly
be very different.
There is no direct conversion between mass and volume:
You need to know the density of the substance to enable
you to carry out the conversion.
If you can find the density of the substance (grams) then to
convert the amount of litres to pounds:
Convert it to kilograms to maintain the same unit
Multiply the number of kilograms by 2.20462 (pounds/
kilogram)
The result will be the amount of litres of the substance in
kilograms

There are 1000 meters in a kilometer.
The prefix kilo- means "1000".
Examples:
kilogram is one thousand grams
kilohertz is one thousand oscillations per second
kilovolt is one thousand volts
kilobyte is roughly one thousand bytes of storage (used
because 210, or 1024, is the power of two closest to 1000 bytes: it
is easily close enough to one thousand, or one kilo-, for
describing computer storage in general terms).

It depends on what you're measuring.
What's the tablespoon holding? Butter or oregano? Sugar or salt?
Molten lead or feathers?
Grams are a unit of mass (or weight) and a tablespoon is a unit
of volume. Therefore it depends entirely on what you are measuring
-- it depends on the density of the substance. A tablespoon
of lead will be much heavier than a tablespoon of feathers
(although a gram of lead and a gram of feathers weigh exactly the
same!). Similarly, a tablespoon of butter weighs a different number
of grams than a tablespoon of salt.
See the Web Links for a handy automatic conversion
calculator. Just enter the food item, the units you have, and the
units you want... and presto!
For instance (for US tablespoon):
1 tablespoon of water weighs 14.79 grams
1 tablespoon of table salt weighs 18.25 grams
1 tablespoon of butter weighs 14.19 grams
1 tablespoon of oil (canola or soy) weighs 13.62
grams
1 tablespoon of sugar (granulated) weighs 12.5 grams
1 tablespoon of sugar (brown) weighs 13.8 grams
(packed)
Some other useful conversions:
16 tablespoons = 1 cup
3 teaspoons = 1 tablespoon
28.35 grams = 1 dry ounce
1 US tablespoon = 14.7867648 ml

Sounds like a way of distinguishing how absurd, or possibly
devastating, an outcome may be as a result of some action.
Were you reading Popular Science and came across the "What Could
Possibly Go Wrong" article? If so, I believe that is what they were
indicating with the Folly Meter. The higher the number, the more
absurd or disastrous the outcome of some action.

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