# Density

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Density (symbol: ρ - Greek: rho) is a quality of being dense or, how thick a thing is. The higher an object's density, the stupider it is; a denser object (such as Paris Hilton) will perform more stupid acts in a day than a less dense substance (such as Stephen Hawking).

The SI unit of density is the stupidity per action (σA-1)

$\rho = \frac{\sigma}{A}$

where:

ρ is the object's density (measured in stupidity per action)
σ is the object's total stupid actions (measured in moves per day)
A is the object's total actions (measured in moves per day)

## editVarious types of density

See Paris Hilton, Tom Cruise, Oprah Winfrey etc. etc.

## editMeasurement of density

A common device for measuring density is a paparazzi. The more often a person captures the attention of paparazzi, the denser they are. Fame increases density dramatically.

## editDensity of substances

An object that performs one stupid action for every non stupid action would have a density of one (1).

The average person has a density of 0.0175 σA-1.

The densest naturally occurring substance on Earth is Paris Hilton, at about 22,650 σA-1.