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  • Answer: In the early days of sailing a method had to be devised to calculate the speed of a ship or boat through the water.
    One method used was a length of rope with knots tied in it at regular intervals. This became known as the ships log, not to be confused with the ships log book.
    This rope was cast over the side or stern of the vessel and the number of knots passing through the sailors hands were counted over a given period of time.
    This was later standardised with the introduction of the nautical mile. A rate of advance of one nautical mile per hour was then refered to as 1 knot, and is still in use today
  • Answer: Since you have said that you bled two weeks after your period, you are probably not pregnant. If you are concerned about this, please see your primary care physician or your gynecologist, as something else could be the cause. During early years of menstruation, things might not be on schedule yet. See your doctor for more information and advice.This response has been given by a medical professional, but not a physician. Although this response has been checked for accuracy and has been researched, any advice given here does not take the place of your primary care provider. In an emergency, please dial 911 or your local emergency number. This response is provided under the terms and disclaimers of WikiAnswers and the author of this answer cannot be held liable for any misguided attempts to follow this advice without the observation or guidance of a licensed physician.
  • Answer: These two are measurements of completely different things. A Knot is a measurement of speed (1 Knot = 1 Nautical mile/hour) and a G is the measuremet of gravity (1G = the natural force of gravity)
  • Answer: A "knot" is the measurment of speed for ships and boats in the water.

    1 knot is 1.150779 mph

    1 knot is 1.852 km/h
  • Answer: Could be a Bakers cyst or a DVT. Check out both possibilities.
  • Answer: rub it with dog pee
  • Answer: no get that checked! it cud be a tumor
  • Answer: A creased, inward knot on the forehead is simply the result of howyour skull has formed. The skull is in several pieces when a childis born, and it can achieve various common shapes.
  • Answer: Knots on the tongue require medical attention. While it isimpossible to give an accurate diagnosis, it is known that knots onthe tongue can indicate oral cancer.
  • Answer: This could be an unbilical hernia but it is a good idea to ask your doctor as the cause could be any number of other things
  • Answer: Tie several knots...mess with it a little...tie a few more knots...mess with it some more...
  • Answer: It depends on your definition of knot. There are often large deposits of fatty tissue called sebaceous cysts which are benign and harmless and can often last for years, sometimes lifetimes. the main difference between a "knot" and a "cyst" would be that a knot suggests it came about as a result of an injury. If you are concerned, check with a dermatologist...
  • Answer: There are no evidence of that.
  • Answer: Neither, as they are units of length, not of speed.
    If you are talking about kilometers per hour and knots per hour...
    Then knots per hours are 1.85200 times faster.

Hit your head 3 weeks ago still have a knot?

  • The amount of time an injury takes to heal depends on the severityof the injury. A head injury from a person hitting their headshould always be seen by a doctor to insure there is no fatalthreat. If a person has a knot form from hitting there head, itcould take weeks to heal.

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