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#86

AnonsForSure (08/01/2012) []
**** fahrenheit, that system is so illogical and difficult to understand it's ridiculous
inb4 red thumbs for voicing my opinion
inb4 red thumbs for voicing my opinion
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MrDrProfessor (08/01/2012) []
saying inb4 red thumbs for voicing an opinion on funnyjunk. the only way to surely get green thumbs
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anon (08/01/2012) [] I could say the same for celsius. Instead I'll say this.
**** Fahrenheit, it makes the rest of the world's measurements become extremely confusing. Not to mention I actually need to use Celsius if I'm planning to live anywhere else besides America (which I am.)
I have no idea how fast 45 KPH is, how hot 40 degrees Celsius is, or how long 27 centimeters is without looking it up. **** America for teaching me useless measurements.
**** Fahrenheit, it makes the rest of the world's measurements become extremely confusing. Not to mention I actually need to use Celsius if I'm planning to live anywhere else besides America (which I am.)
I have no idea how fast 45 KPH is, how hot 40 degrees Celsius is, or how long 27 centimeters is without looking it up. **** America for teaching me useless measurements.
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anon (08/02/2012) []
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severepwner ONLINE (08/01/2012) []
You're voicing your opinion on Funnyjunk, talking about how you dislike an american standard, and you expect red thumbs?
#149

Mozzak (08/01/2012) [] Celsius is the most advanced measuring system because its 0 is the exact temperature of water turning to ice and it's 100 is the exact temperature of water boiling.
Hooray for Celsius.
Hooray for Celsius.
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rhc (08/01/2012) []
the thing is, 0 degrees celsius is much more comprehensive than 273 kelvins. sure, the conversion is easy, but you still have to make that small calculation every time. if the temperature mostly only ranges between 273 and 373, it makes sense to just make the lower extreme 0, and the upper 100.
#112

semisane (08/01/2012) []
1. repost
2. retarded
fahrenheit: based on ******* nothing,
celsius: based on freezing and boiling point of water, completely logical for most measurements.
kelvin: based on the movement of the molecules, completely logical for experiments in chemistry/physics
2. retarded
fahrenheit: based on ******* nothing,
celsius: based on freezing and boiling point of water, completely logical for most measurements.
kelvin: based on the movement of the molecules, completely logical for experiments in chemistry/physics
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tigersstripes (08/01/2012) []
1: some people may not have seen it. so shut up. because i found it funny.
2: its not saying which is best, its comparing them.
stfu
2: its not saying which is best, its comparing them.
stfu
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Landonlasater (08/01/2012) []
Isn't Fahrenheit based off of how people would perceive it? Say it's 50 degrees F outside (10 C) So it's about a 50 50 of being Hot and cold. I may be just a dumbass
don't hurt me
don't hurt me
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semisane (08/01/2012) []
I don't remember EXACTLY, but it's based on 3 points that are ridiculously arbitrary. To wikipedia!
here's what it says
According to an article Fahrenheit wrote in 1724, he based his scale on three reference points of temperature.[8] In his initial scale (which is not the final Fahrenheit scale), the zero point is determined by placing the thermometer in brine: he used a mixture of ice, water, and ammonium chloride, a salt, at a 1:1:1 ratio. This is a frigorific mixture which stabilizes its temperature automatically: that stable temperature was defined as 0 °F (−17.78 °C). The second point, at 32 degrees, was a mixture of ice and water without the ammonium chloride at a 1:1 ratio. The third point, 96 degrees, was approximately the human body temperature, then called "bloodheat".[10]
tl;dr my first comment
here's what it says
According to an article Fahrenheit wrote in 1724, he based his scale on three reference points of temperature.[8] In his initial scale (which is not the final Fahrenheit scale), the zero point is determined by placing the thermometer in brine: he used a mixture of ice, water, and ammonium chloride, a salt, at a 1:1:1 ratio. This is a frigorific mixture which stabilizes its temperature automatically: that stable temperature was defined as 0 °F (−17.78 °C). The second point, at 32 degrees, was a mixture of ice and water without the ammonium chloride at a 1:1 ratio. The third point, 96 degrees, was approximately the human body temperature, then called "bloodheat".[10]
tl;dr my first comment
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Endofzeeworld (08/01/2012) []
Its not misleading... your dead in both cases, thats what it says.
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poutinesalad (08/01/2012) []
0º F = the temperature of your moms vag (seriously what did they use for the base of Fahrenheit measurements?)
0ºC = Freezing point of water.
0ºC = Freezing point of water.
#393

captainobivous (08/01/2012) [] 100°C doesnt mean you die, I know of at least one person who survived much higher temperatures.
<<gif related
<<gif related
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dommazzetti (08/01/2012) []
r u retarded or just trolling, at 100*C water boils which means your blood boils
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dommazzetti (08/01/2012) []
100*F you could survive
100*C you could not survive, and if you dont belive me set your oven to either 100*C or 212*F and jump in see if you survive
100*C you could not survive, and if you dont belive me set your oven to either 100*C or 212*F and jump in see if you survive
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beanmaniac (08/01/2012) []
if you enter and exit in less then a minute but to sit an 3 hours in a room that is 100*C its death 100%
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beanmaniac (08/01/2012) []
well yes not more then 30 minutes(and i dont know how it needs to be but the sauna i was in was about 80*C)
again i say you might live maybe even 2 hours in 100* if you are young an healthy but you cant live for ever not even a day in 100*
again i say you might live maybe even 2 hours in 100* if you are young an healthy but you cant live for ever not even a day in 100*
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beanmaniac (08/01/2012) []
so i think op speaks more of a long range effect of high temperature
#35

daburger (08/01/2012) [] > Took first Chemistry class
>Learned what Kelvin was
>Now answer all things related to the temperature in Kelvins
> "Today's gonna be a hot day Anon"
> "Yeah, weatherman said it's gonna be about 309 Kelvin"
> "Durrr?"
>Learned what Kelvin was
>Now answer all things related to the temperature in Kelvins
> "Today's gonna be a hot day Anon"
> "Yeah, weatherman said it's gonna be about 309 Kelvin"
> "Durrr?"