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#123 - Relyks
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(03/30/2012) [-]
Unless you mean Celsius, then this is complete ********. The only metal that is liquid at or below room temperature is mercury.

If your temperature is in Celsius than this may be valid. Because it would then be above room temperature.
#175 to #123 - annogram
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(03/31/2012) [-]
this is science not America, its in Celsius
#147 to #123 - mitchelldinan [OP]
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(03/30/2012) [-]
I am Australian, so i follow Celsius, also i am upside down..
#140 to #123 - bondor
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(03/30/2012) [-]
that is gallium (yes i have some) it has a melting point of 87.6 degrees F and yes it will melt in your hand look it up and yes he was in celsius
#138 to #123 - anon
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(03/30/2012) [-]
OP's talking about science, of course he means Celsius.
#133 to #123 - Relyks
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(03/30/2012) [-]
Why the hell is my comment so controversial?
#144 to #133 - anon
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(03/30/2012) [-]
Because you tried to be smart and FJ hates when you're not entirely sure of yourself
#132 to #123 - xxnoobizerxx
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#148 to #132 - StonerDog
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(03/30/2012) [-]
water is a ******* compound
#134 to #132 - Relyks
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(03/30/2012) [-]
But water isn't metal... It's not even an alloy...
#128 to #123 - roakfurt
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(03/30/2012) [-]
Its melting point is about 30C and 85F.
#125 to #123 - nicktheslayer ONLINE
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(03/30/2012) [-]
Did he even say Fahrenheit? calm your tits
#126 to #125 - Relyks
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(03/30/2012) [-]
I showed both sides of the argument. I know he didn't say which...