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5-22-2010 @ 3:26AM
GoLeafs,Muscle DOES weigh more then fat.Consider this:Who in their right mind would compare 1lb of something to 1lb of something else and go "Dur, I wonder which weighs more"?If you were to take 1cm square of fat and compare it to 1cm square of muscle, the muscle has a greater density and would therefore be heavier.Hence, the statement regarding it weighing more is logical.The faulty logic comes in to play with you assuming that someone would use the same thing they were trying to measure the difference between as the control as well. Simply put, they wouldn't. In fact, I believe the original comment by Suite suggested measuring inches lost rather then pounds.
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