The Kol System is Similar to the Metric system, but far simpler. The Kol system makes great use of SI prefixes, like 3.2 Terakol (TK) (One Lightyear) as opposed to 9,460,730,472,580.8 km. Or like 10.6 Terakol (TK) (One Parsec)
The base unit is 1 Kol. 1 Kol is the distance light travels in 1/100,000,000th of a second (A meter is How fast light travels in 1/299,792,458 of a second.). This means that one kol is Exactly 2.99792458 times larger than a meter.
Time is measured in Timkol, exactly 1/86400th of a day.
Mass is measured in Kolt, which is the weight of 1 Cubic Kol of Water at STP. One Kolt is 2997.9245 kg.
Surface density is measured in KSK, which is appx. equal to 0.01422 PSI.
Density is measured in KCK, which is equal to 1 gram per cubic centimeter.
Temperature in the Kol system is exactly the same as the Kelvin system, that is, the Celsius system shifted so 0 degrees is absolute zero.