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It's about 450 times the number of Professional Baseball Teams in the United States.
In other words, 130,000 is 471 times the count of Professional Baseball Teams in the United States, and the count of Professional Baseball Teams in the United States is 0.00212 times that amount.
(2016 figures) (includes Major, Minor, and Independent Leagues)
It's about 500 times the number of Words in the Gettysburg Address.
In other words, 130,000 is 478 times the count of Words in the Gettysburg Address, and the count of Words in the Gettysburg Address is 0.00209 times that amount.
(Bliss text)
It's about one-five-hundredth the number of Copies of Michael Jackson's Thriller Sold (2011).
In other words, the count of Copies of Michael Jackson's Thriller Sold (2011) is 500 times 130,000.
(sales figures as of 1990) (1982 release)
It's about 650 times the number of Bones in the Human Body.
In other words, 130,000 is 631 times the count of Bones in the Human Body, and the count of Bones in the Human Body is 0.00158 times that amount.
(adult, excluding sesamoid bones and ossicles)
It's about one-six-hundred-fiftieth the number of Copies of Wii Sports Sold.
In other words, 130,000 is 0.001572 times the count of Copies of Wii Sports Sold, and the count of Copies of Wii Sports Sold is 636.1 times that amount.
(a.k.a. Wii スポーツ, a.k.a. Wi Supotsu) (2006 edition) (sales figures as of March 31, 2015)
It's about 750 times the number of John Wayne films.
In other words, the count of John Wayne films is 0.00137 times 130,000.
(a.k.a. "Duke", a.k.a. JW, a.k.a. Marion Mitchell Morrison, a.k.a. Marion Robert Morrison, a.k.a. Duke Morrison) (films starring the actor in any size role)
It's about 900 times the number of Moons in our Solar System.
In other words, 130,000 is 890 times the count of Moons in our Solar System, and the count of Moons in our Solar System is 0.00112 times that amount.
(2015 figures) (confirmed moons only; dwarf planet satellites not included)