Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Donutmindme, Feb 10, 2019.
Si, si, but I didn’t understand what of units you’re talking about.
Sounds like one of the kids that get their tongue stuck to the flagpole....
Oof, if they get thier poor tongues stuck.
KELVIN 273.5 (was it? I forgot)
I prefer do and fa as compared to c or f
Metal objects, freezing weather, and damp body parts do not end in happiness.
i prefer KELVIN.....thats the Wei of da Physics.....
No, Fs are bad. I don’t wanna repeat.
kelvin? get outta here.
According to @LysUltima we don’t use the imperial system.
I'm a nerd and Kevin is my only friend. Remember kids, +273.15
International System of Units
Some people also uses the retarded brother “R”
USA: Imperial system.
The rest of the world: Metric system.
Did you know if you are at - 273.15celcius,you'd be 0K
Vietnam uses imperial too
Anyone else came here wondering if it was a choice between C programming language or Fortran? No? Just me? Alrighty then. I still stick with C tho, temperature, grade, breast size, language
Savages. The way I measure temperature is "too hot" "too cold" or "just right".
The gigantic ( if it does exist) cups labeled K
I see we got someone with preferrence to 'cutting board'
Keeping the post in topic, I regard K as an extension to C for measuring freezing temperatures. The imperialist F is just too cumbersome for conversion, need to deduct by 32 then all the hassle (horror) of divide by 3, twice.
But seriously if I put a leny face in the title that would have mislead lot of ppl~
GB no longer uses imperial...despite inventing the imperial system...
Of course, Great Britain also uses stones, gills and other improbably silly things...
Separate names with a comma.