PX vs em for layout

I haven't come accross any examples on using em for layouts vs px take a look at this framework

http://goldilocksapproach.com/

The argument is that twitter bootstrap uses px design not em for layout what is a better approach and is there any better examples of this.
stargateatlantisAsked:
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
There is no such thing as better.  There is appropriate. There is developer preference. There is compatible with other components.  There is specific requirements for usability and accessibility.  

There is no better.  There is no one size fits all, and there is no framework, template, tool, or package that solves all problems.  If you want to do web development you learn to code well enough to be able to experiment, visualize, and determine what is appropriate for the piece you are working on.

OR...  you let someone else limit you by using their code and having no control of what happens when they change something.

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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
So the question is what? should you just do what twitter does? Should you do everything with px?  

The answer to both is obviously no.

Look at the brief explanation of when each unit type is appropriate here.

Handicapping yourself by limiting what unit type you will use is like putting square wheels on an automobile.  The are options and a range of possibilities, because pro developers want be able to product their own design instead of just copying or using a template that someone else wrote.

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stargateatlantisAuthor Commented:
I am seeing people using em for grid layout. Which is better twitter bootstrap uses px
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