Lately, when you search for certain measurements on Google — say you’re going to do some baking — the search engine’s calculator returns results with its usual estimable speed. But, for unknown reasons, the result is given in units of six-dimensional meters.
1 US stick of butter (half US cup) = 1.39934984 × 10-8 m6
That’s 0.000000014 meters-to-the-sixth.
We know that Google has invested in the development of quantum computing; possibly those experimental engines are accessing higher dimensions and failing to correctly convert their results before displaying them.
The phenomenon was observed by Gen Carlson and the findings published by The Daily WTF.