We're dead either way. .. fahrenheit, that system is so illogical and difficult to understand it's ridiculous inb4 red thumbs for voicing my opinion We're dead either way fahrenheit that system is so illogical and difficult to understand it's ridiculous inb4 red thumbs for voicing my opinion
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#86 - AnonsForSure
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(08/01/2012) [-]
**** fahrenheit, that system is so illogical and difficult to understand it's ridiculous



inb4 red thumbs for voicing my opinion
#190 to #86 - anon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Kelvin is the only one that makes sense. Why? Because they all measure heat. You can't have negative heat. Imagine if other measurements were like Celsius and Fahrenheit, if 2liters = 0 I could have a negative amount of water. Which sounds stupid.
#249 to #86 - MrDrProfessor
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(08/01/2012) [-]
saying inb4 red thumbs for voicing an opinion on funnyjunk. the only way to surely get green thumbs
#262 to #86 - anon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Why would you get thumbed down for this? Everyone knows this, and I use farenheit. If you said farenheit was better you would get thumbed down
#436 to #86 - anon
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(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.
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.
#475 to #436 - korlosh
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(08/02/2012) [-]
KPH is easy to convert into mph, 1 mile is like 1.6km, so you can always just multiply whatever the kph is by 1.5, which is easy enough to do for any number
#440 to #86 - TheAnonymousRebel **User deleted account**
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#470 to #86 - anon
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(08/02/2012) [-]
no one gives a ****
#471 to #470 - anon
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(08/02/2012) [-]
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#477 to #86 - Tyranitar
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(08/02/2012) [-]
I was raised using that system and I suck at it.

All I know is that anything above 70 Fahrenheit is too damn hot, and anything below is too damn cold
#466 to #86 - mjformj
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(08/02/2012) [-]
Hm, interesting. I remember seeing this comment last night it had like one or two negative thumbs, now it has 240 greens. First time I've ever seen that.
#472 to #86 - Fade
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(08/02/2012) [-]
WARNING: The people far below me are being remarkably reasonable about this topic. This may cause shock and/or explosive diarrhoea.
#414 to #86 - severepwner ONLINE
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(08/01/2012) [-]
You're voicing your opinion on Funnyjunk, talking about how you dislike an american standard, and you expect red thumbs?
#89 to #86 - fitchy
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(08/01/2012) [-]
i think fahrenheit is retarded, but its the temp i know and love XP
#149 - Mozzak
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(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.
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.
#254 to #149 - CaveboyZero **User deleted account**
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#177 to #149 - anon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Kelvin >celcius, 0 in kelvin is actually zero, meaning absolute zero. Everything freezes. Also. Celsius is just kelvin + 274.

KELVIN IS THE REAL ****.
#339 to #177 - emplon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
while what you say is true, there is nothing that can freeze at absolute zero because nothing can have that temperature.
#235 to #177 - rhc
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(08/01/2012) [-]
that's true; kelvins are better for calculations, but celsius makes more sense in everyday life.
#256 to #235 - CaveboyZero **User deleted account**
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#337 to #256 - Mozzak
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Water boils at 373 degrees kelvin.
Kelvin = Celsius + 273 , simple really.
Because the lowest temperature ever achieved is -273 celsius which is known as the absolute zero.
#344 to #337 - emplon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
but the rest is true and easily explained so +1 :)
#347 to #337 - CaveboyZero **User deleted account**
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#460 to #347 - rhc
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(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.
#343 to #337 - emplon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
We have not achieved -273, its actually impossible to achieve 0 kelvin.
#348 to #343 - Mozzak
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(08/01/2012) [-]
And nothing is impossible,we just NEED MORE SCIENCE :D
And nothing is impossible,we just NEED MORE SCIENCE :D
#345 to #343 - Mozzak
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Yeah,sorry,you're right.But we have achieved temperatures very close to the absolute zero.
#184 to #149 - anon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
squirtle, need i say more
squirtle, need i say more
#185 to #184 - ihopethisworks
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(08/01/2012) [-]
I hate when i forget to log in...
#206 to #149 - dtox
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Comment Picture
#423 to #149 - jonajon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
0 is the lowest temperature for water to be liquid. below zero and it will start turning into ice
#476 to #423 - Mozzak
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(08/02/2012) [-]
Yeah,sorry,permuted.:P

I know.
#488 to #149 - anon
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(03/30/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure that Kelvin is a more advanced system, based on Celcius but also the lowest possible temperature possible :P
#178 to #149 - xxbits **User deleted account**
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#205 to #178 - nfspro
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(08/01/2012) [-]
I wish we had the metric system. It'd make everything so much easier.
#255 to #205 - CaveboyZero **User deleted account**
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#204 to #178 - zeusx
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(08/01/2012) [-]
dat avatar
dat avatar
#218 to #204 - xxbits **User deleted account**
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#222 to #218 - zeusx
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(08/01/2012) [-]
i actually just finished soul eater last weekend. i was so sad when it ended. i loved every second of watching it. i thought it could have gone on much longer.
i actually just finished soul eater last weekend. i was so sad when it ended. i loved every second of watching it. i thought it could have gone on much longer.
#168 to #149 - ninjason
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(08/01/2012) [-]
<----- when i try
<----- when i try
#186 to #168 - madjackal
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Comment Picture
#173 to #168 - marinald
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(08/01/2012) [-]
You NEED the bear hat, bro.
#119 - ndj
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(08/01/2012) [-]
it's simple...
#112 - semisane
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(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
#176 to #112 - tigersstripes
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(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
#130 to #112 - nalenthi
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(08/01/2012) [-]
I prefer Celsius and all that but isn't Fahrenheit based on the freezing and boiling point of saltwater or have I been lied to?
#208 to #130 - skidz
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(08/01/2012) [-]
0 degrees Fahrenheit was the coldest temperature Danial Fahrenheit was able to record.
#133 to #130 - anon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
You have been lied to, boiling point and freezing point of saltwater is about 1-3 degrees celsius more than fresh water.
#212 to #112 - Landonlasater
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(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
#242 to #212 - semisane
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(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 "blood-heat".[10]
tl;dr my first comment
#451 to #242 - waaw
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Frigorific? That's going on m my list of favorite words.
#29 - biggrand
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(08/01/2012) [-]
This image has expired
time for a new scale
#21 - gregiss **User deleted account**
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#49 to #21 - Endofzeeworld
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Its not misleading... your dead in both cases, thats what it says.
#418 - poutinesalad
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(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.
#393 - captainobivous
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(08/01/2012) [-]
100°C doesnt mean you die, I know of at least one person who survived much higher temperatures.   
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100°C doesnt mean you die, I know of at least one person who survived much higher temperatures.
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#399 to #393 - dommazzetti
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(08/01/2012) [-]
r u retarded or just trolling, at 100*C water boils which means your blood boils
#487 to #399 - nowbackatme
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(08/08/2012) [-]
Jesus ******* christ I hope you are joking.
#429 to #399 - anon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
You are either retarded or you're trolling, your blood is under pressure, and water needs A: lots of energy to turn into a gas and B: Low enough pressure so it doesn't force itself back into a liquid.
#441 to #429 - neutrino
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(08/01/2012) [-]
not to mention the elevation of boiling point due to solutes.
#406 to #399 - ihasapie
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#409 to #406 - dommazzetti
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(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
#417 to #409 - ihasapie
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(08/01/2012) [-]
one word: sauna.
#468 to #417 - anon
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(08/02/2012) [-]
actually at 100C in a sauna really will kill you in 30 minutes tops. If your blood temp hits over 38C you go into a coma and die.
#412 to #406 - beanmaniac
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(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%
#413 to #412 - ihasapie
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Not really, depends on a lot.
Even been in a sauna?
#421 to #413 - beanmaniac
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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*
#422 to #421 - ihasapie
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(08/01/2012) [-]
There are 120 and 150 degree saunas...
And 1 hour is possible, but not a good idea...
So it's possible to stay alive a few hours in 100 degrees, but too long can also cause death
#461 to #422 - dommazzetti
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(08/01/2012) [-]
that is 120 and 150 degree Fahrenheit on Celsius
#425 to #422 - beanmaniac
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so i think op speaks more of a long range effect of high temperature
#394 to #393 - llortlol
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#402 to #394 - archmides
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Dude uh the other person he knows that survived was darth vader... which is why the gif was related. So he was just joking and you didn't get it
#397 to #394 - captainobivous
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(08/01/2012) [-]
well, enough of trying to be funny over the internet for me today...
#400 to #394 - applesarenice
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Ever been in a sauna?
#410 to #394 - anon
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(08/01/2012) [-]
So you mean i would be fine if my body temperature was 0 Cesius...
#403 to #394 - vexaton
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(08/01/2012) [-]
I have been in 94 degrees celsius. And 100 kelvin is like -170-something celsius, so you're dead then at least.
#35 - daburger
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(08/01/2012) [-]
&gt; Took first  Chemistry class   
&gt;Learned what Kelvin was   
&gt;Now answer all things related to the temperature in Kelvins   
&gt; &quot;Today's gonna be a hot day Anon&quot;   
&gt; &quot;Yeah, weatherman said it's gonna be about 309 Kelvin&quot;   
&gt; &quot;Durrr?&quot;
> 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?"
#123 to #35 - Ivandrago
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(08/01/2012) [-]
Everything should be in Kelvins.
#42 to #35 - LSone
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(08/01/2012) [-]
so 96.8 F or 36 C for you metric people
so 96.8 F or 36 C for you metric people
#37 to #35 - aimszo
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(08/01/2012) [-]
i recognise that dance!!
#39 to #37 - darkjustifier
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#319 - cappter
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(08/01/2012) [-]
America uses the Fahrenheit system because "F" is the first letter in Freedom.
#327 to #319 - keiishiyama
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(08/01/2012) [-]
'MURRKA
'MURRKA