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#483 - osskari
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(01/09/2013) [-]
i see nothing negative about using Kelvin
i see nothing negative about using Kelvin
#487 to #483 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
because it's the only scale that isn't placed arbitrarily. The divisions of degrees are arbitrary, but it's the only whose starting point makes sense scientifically.
#501 to #487 - TheHutchie
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Celsius' starting point (I presume you mean "0") is the freezing temperature of water. While you're right and Kelvin applies to a wider spectrum of materials, I don't think that means it makes more scientific sense than Celsius.
#488 to #487 - anonmynous
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Just take the pun like a man!
#499 to #488 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I'll be honest, the joke flew right over my head because I am a big dumb idiot.
#503 to #483 - returnofarjay
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Oh man I laughed very hard at this.
#505 to #483 - churrundo
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#521 to #483 - quentintin
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#557 to #521 - osskari
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(01/09/2013) [-]
don't you talk **** about the mustache
don't you talk **** about the mustache
#349 - Pacboy
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#491 - booboothegreat
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(01/09/2013) [-]
**** YEA
#177 - androiddxx
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#269 to #177 - avatarsarefornoobs
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(01/08/2013) [-]
forgive me for being dumb, but is that reagan? i cant tell
#502 to #269 - androiddxx
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(01/09/2013) [-]
It is in fact.




You will never have my forgiveness.
#229 to #177 - mrastrozombie
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(01/08/2013) [-]
God bless everyone in this thread. You all get thumbs for being patriots.
God bless everyone in this thread. You all get thumbs for being patriots.
#247 to #229 - anon
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(01/08/2013) [-]
which God?
#248 to #247 - mrastrozombie
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(01/08/2013) [-]
the one that invented bacon
#178 to #177 - androiddxx
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'Muricuh thred.
#179 to #178 - androiddxx
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#180 to #179 - androiddxx
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#188 to #180 - thebenders
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#181 to #180 - androiddxx
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#183 to #181 - androiddxx
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#185 to #183 - androiddxx
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/thread.
#197 to #185 - luiselvergas
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#234 to #181 - icametocomment
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Best picture in the thread by far.
#1 - splendiddust
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(01/08/2013) [-]
if not C than atleast use the metrics
#283 - bonibonsiker
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(01/08/2013) [-]
yeah muricaa i love hamburgers and freedumz and **** go patriots !!!!

(im actually not american im just here for the thumb ups)
#294 to #283 - mahnamesjakers
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#296 to #294 - conoriskool
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(01/08/2013) [-]
Yeah, all the people from his country are unintelligent because of his comment, and you don't even know
his country. What if he's German or Japanese? Those ******* be smart as ****
#353 to #296 - mahnamesjakers
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Looking back I actually messed up the wording of my comment. I meant to say "how stupid he is making them look". Also, I think it's fairly obvious that I wasn't serious.
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#287 to #283 - fukkenname
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(01/08/2013) [-]
I really think you'll be thumbed down into oblivion. it happenes to comments like this.

Although, maybe i'll be sent to oblivion
#321 to #287 - masterbatey
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(01/08/2013) [-]
honestly on funny junk you never know. one comment that is used and gets a million thumbs up a million times could send someone straight to hell because funny junk just felt like it. I'm almost positive though that this will get thumbed down into hell just because commenting on something that says they will get thumbed down but actually gets thumbed up is almost certain death.

mfw I get comment banned because of how many red thumbs this gets
#297 to #287 - gameshredder
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(01/08/2013) [-]
The gate to Oblivion is closed. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
#300 to #297 - fukkenname
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Found one
#303 to #300 - gameshredder
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(01/08/2013) [-]
Well I'll be damned....
Well I'll be damned....
#212 - dlard
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(01/08/2013) [-]
so i told that fancy teacher lady... the only letters i need to know are U. S. and A.
#92 - felixjarl
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#62 - wyldek
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Think that's the first person who's pissed at the US for not using the metric system because of the way we SPELL ****.
#112 - metajunky
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in my opinion fahrenheit sounds better because of the way the numbers are listed. when you hear 0 degrees fahrenheit, you know it is cold because it is such a low number, while hearing 100 degrees fahrenheit sounds hot because it is so high

on the other hand, it feels weird distinguishing between hot and cold with -20 degrees celsius and 40 degrees celsius too
#546 - theyellowgoose
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(01/09/2013) [-]
In America!
In America!
#542 - kingmarston
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#428 - jzwangpk
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Now, I do realize that to those who have used Celsius all their life, what I am about to say may seem untrue. But personally, I think Fahrenheit is a better scale for the weather. Most natural temperatures fall between 0 and 100, which many of us have been conditioned to consider a natural minimum and maximum. Celsius, on the other hand, is much better for scientific purposes, since 0 and 100 are much nicer numbers than their Fahrenheit counterparts of 32 and 212. I'm not saying we should use both; that'd be rather unwieldy. Just that each has its benefits and detractors.
#492 to #428 - anon
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They'e both pretty much arbitrary. They both just took the freezing point of some liquid (salt water for fahrenheit and distilled for celsius) and called that zero. The divisions (how much heat one degree represents) are just base 2 in Fahrenheit (so you could use half divisions to mark it) or base 10 in Celsius for obvious reasons.
#422 - zakisking
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#256 - barstoolninja
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#272 to #256 - xxospreyxx
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Probably as relevant as it will ever be
#249 - mariasaturnina
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#30 - vonspyder
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(01/08/2013) [-]
Its 280 K outside bitches!
#37 to #30 - vonspyder
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**** yall hating on Kelvin the TRUE intelligent means to measure temperature.
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#49 to #38 - anon
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(01/08/2013) [-]
No
#304 - conoriskool
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I don't get the whole we have freedom thing, not complaining it's just weird to brag about something like 85% of all the countries in the world have.
Is it a kinda self-jab at the patriotism of American people or do you lot actually believe yourselves to be the only ones with freedom?
Just curios.
#313 to #304 - anon
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I highly doubt anywhere near 85% of the countries in the world have true freedom, and even if they did, the countries that do not have freedom have some of the largest populations in the world (Asian and Middle-Eastern countries)
#318 to #313 - conoriskool
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It actually is 85%, maybe 80%. A very high percentage.
#103 - smercenary
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All jokes aside I generally prefer Fahrenheit much more. Firstly because there's 3 degrees to one in Celsius which makes more accurate measurements. Also it seems fit to use when telling someone the temperature because they're choosing what to wear or something. 100F is very hot 0F is very cold but it can reach both. It's just an opinion and I can see why someone would prefer Celsius.
#361 to #103 - infamoustrapper
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(01/09/2013) [-]
thats what ive always thought. europeans main argument against farenheit is that celsius is simple because 0 is when water freezes and 100 is when water boils. but how is that convenient information for day to day life? maybe for cooking but for determing whether or not something is hot i think farenheit is easier. near 100 hot and near 0 cold. also why do they also use "because our numbers do math easier" as an argument? ive never understood that. are you really that lazy that you can ONLY do math if it is in groups of 10s? that just bothers me a lot....
#125 to #103 - hotschurl
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(01/08/2013) [-]
I disagree with you but thumbed you up because you actually have a point and don't just yell "Hurr durr Celsius is so retarded #freedom #eagles 'MURICA! " like so many others.
#354 to #125 - infamoustrapper
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what? who says celsius is retarded. if anyone is calling anything retarded its europeans calling farenheit retarded. are you seriously being defensive about some imaginary person you made up that hates on celsius? ive never gotten involved when anyone talks about measurements but seriously....
#128 to #125 - smercenary
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(01/08/2013) [-]
Thanks, I do my best to be open-minded and understanding.
#76 - themachineusmc
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