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  • Tempurature Scale Differences explained

    The difference between the temperature scales explained from a practical perspective:
    Fahrenheit:
    0 - You're cold.
    100 - You're hot.
    Celsius:
    0 - You're cold.
    100 - You're dead.
    Kelvin:
    0 - You're dead.
    100 - You're dead.
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  • #2
    You forgot
    Rankine
    0 - You're dead
    100 - You're dead

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    • #3
      Y'all are leaving out the Woman's Temperature scale.

      If it's 65F (18C) outside, and 75F (24C) inside, it's too cold, and the heat should be turned on.

      If it's 80F (28C) outside and 75F (24C) in the house, it's too hot, and you should turn on the AC.
      Alle Kunst ist umsunst Wenn ein Engel auf das Zundloch brunzet (All skill is in vain if an angel pisses down the touch-hole of your musket.) Old German Folk Wisdom.

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