Poll: and the winner is?
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Celcius
61 53%
Farenhiet
19 17%
Kelvin
33 29%
Voters: 115.
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#1
who is the winner and has by extenstention the cooler measurement of temperature?

Is it

Anders Celsius from Sweden


Daniel Farenheit from Germany


or
William Thomson the Baron of Kelvin from Ireland


the choice is yours.
Last edited by Draken at Mar 11, 2007,
#2
celsius ftw
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#3
Celcius obviously. Farenhiet confuses me
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#4
Kelvin.

I mean, if 0 degrees for you is absolute zero, you're just that much more \m/.
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#6
well kelvin is by definition cooler, if you were to take one of each unit
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#8
Kelvin cause it sounds cool. Then Fahrenheit.
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#12
celsius. it's what i was brought up on, lol. fahrenheit is for oldiers and kelvin is for physicists. what's centigrade, though? is it the same as celsius?
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celsius. it's what i was brought up on, lol. fahrenheit is for oldiers and kelvin is for physicists. what's centigrade, though? is it the same as celsius?


Celsius is centigrade yes.
#15
Where's the Rankine?



Nah, Centigrade FTW.
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#16
Kelvin!

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#18
Kelvin. His lowest was zero. That is why.
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#19
Kelvin is technically cooler, but I'd have to say Fahrenheit because that's all I've encountered
#20
Celsius man, Celsius.

I don't know how to calculate Fahrenheit , and i never heard of Kelvin
#21
Celsius. But it really depends on the area or country you live in and what people around you use to measure the temperature.
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celcius, but for the water temperature I use farenheit

why use farenheit for water?

C for all
#23
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Celsius is centigrade yes.

*Puts on smartass hat*

There is actually a difference between the two, but it's so tiny that you can, for all intents and purposes, ignore it.
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*Puts on smartass hat*

There is actually a difference between the two, but it's so tiny that you can, for all intents and purposes, ignore it.


Smartass hat, pfft. Go to a real University .
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There is actually a difference between the two, but it's so tiny that you can, for all intents and purposes, ignore it.


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Exactly

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There is actually a difference between the two, but it's so tiny that you can, for all intents and purposes, ignore it.


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#28
Celsius, he's so cool he got a color portrait.

And because the numbers used in normal situations are so small, and water freezes at 0* celsius.
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#30
celsuis ftw Fahernheit is hard for me and kelvin.. i have no idea how to work it
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#31
Kelvin is indeed the coolest.
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#32
Celcius because i've said so.
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#33
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*Puts on smartass hat*

There is actually a difference between the two, but it's so tiny that you can, for all intents and purposes, ignore it.



*Ignores*


Celsius and Kelvin kind of, go neck and neck.

I voted Kelvin, because I'm growing used to it in physics.

But I use Celsius more often.


Oh and;


To convert Celsius to Kelvin, you just add 283.15.

I think that's the right number >.>


And of course, change the units from 'C to K.
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#34
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*Ignores*


Celsius and Kelvin kind of, go neck and neck.

I voted Kelvin, because I'm growing used to it in physics.

But I use Celsius more often.


Oh and;


To convert Celsius to Kelvin, you just add 283.15.

I think that's the right number >.>


And of course, change the units from 'C to K.

273.15

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#35
273 K is 0 C which is 32 F i believe
Last edited by Draken at Mar 11, 2007,
#36
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273 K is 0 C which is 16 F i believe

32

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273.15




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273 K is 0 C which is 16 F i believe



TYPO.


Oh and, I knew it was 32 F (is it degrees F? I bet it is).
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#38
Celsius, easier to understand + Anders Celsius is swedish!!
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well kelvin is by definition cooler, if you were to take one of each unit



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