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            Math and Arithmetic
            Units of Measure

            What is the folly meter?

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            February 18, 2011 11:24PM

            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.