comparing temperature. . Fahrenheit on 1000 Really mid outside Really hot outside Celsius an 1000 Fairly eon] outside Dead I{ elevin 100 Dead De ad. Why celsius is more logical comparing Temperature

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#7 - lulzdealer (08/31/2014) [+] (60 replies)
Celsius belongs in the laboratory, Fahrenheit is better for everyday use.
User avatar #12 to #7 - mrshrapnel (08/31/2014) [-]
Id prefer Celsius for eveyday use and Kelvin for lab use.
#59 - spacehawk (08/31/2014) [+] (32 replies)
Why celsius is more logical
#107 - nelfie ONLINE (09/01/2014) [+] (54 replies)
#2 - luderudecrude ONLINE (08/31/2014) [+] (28 replies)
0 f isn't "really" cold, it's fairly cold.
User avatar #3 to #2 - fourtwentt (08/31/2014) [-]
Sure, if you live in Alaska
#266 - ztwenyeight (09/01/2014) [+] (3 replies)
**ztwenyeight rolls 66**
-25
#96 - arreatface has deleted their comment [+] (7 replies)
User avatar #123 to #96 - skittlesinexcess (09/01/2014) [-]
Celsius is used anywhere that's not America.
#110 - uchihalover (09/01/2014) [+] (14 replies)
that kelvin scale could be used for sasuke sama. u r dead either way if u ever cross him !
that kelvin scale could be used for sasuke sama. u r dead either way if u ever cross him !
#120 to #110 - blackermagic (09/01/2014) [-]
pls try harder m8 these baits aren't baity
pls try harder m8 these baits aren't baity
#82 - kwax (08/31/2014) [+] (12 replies)
I've been in a 100°C sauna.   
I'm still alive.   
Now I am become death, destroyer of worlds.
I've been in a 100°C sauna.
I'm still alive.
Now I am become death, destroyer of worlds.
#249 - tkfourtwoone (09/01/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I'm sorry, I don't really mean to offend any one (this time) but... measuring stuff in decimals just seems so much more logical!
#197 - slantedvanity (09/01/2014) [+] (4 replies)
As a Canadian I sweat when it's -5C
As a Canadian I sweat when it's -5C
User avatar #83 - diroccodoodleedoo (08/31/2014) [+] (2 replies)
While it might be an unpopular opinion, I think Fahrenheit is a bit more logical for everyday use. Of ******* course Celsius is better for sciences and is overall much more logical, but going about your business everyday you don't need to know what temp water freezes and boils at, nor do you need to use temp in equations. Fahrenheit just seems to work better from an intuitive standpoint if you look at it as a scale from 0-100. 0 degrees is ******* cold, and in many places some of the coldest it's going to get inb4 canadafags and success-o-fags tell me about their frigid-ass **** , we know 20-30 is still cold, but getting better, 50 degrees is around midway, still kinda chilly, but not too bad, 80-90 are really hot, and 100 is ball-stickingly unbearable. But with celsius, 0 is freezing, and by the time you hit 30, you're already pretty damn hot. Not to say that Celsius sucks for everyday use, use whatever the hell you were raised using; I just think that if you look at each objectively, Fahrenheit eeks out a small victory, since most cultures tend to think of things in scales of 0-10 or 0-100.
#298 - Tazdingo (09/01/2014) [+] (4 replies)
>imperial system

I sure hope you guys don't do this.
#311 - littlenine (09/01/2014) [+] (10 replies)
I always thought celsius is used like this
#279 - samoaspider (09/01/2014) [-]
they teach this to Euro kids in 4th grade, this is the easiest way to explain Celcius and why we love it
#270 - likeallthecomments (09/01/2014) [+] (3 replies)
MFW when seeing all these comments about 0 celcius, try -50.
User avatar #170 - slat (09/01/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Celsius just makes sense to me not only because i live in canada but because the boiling point for water is 100C instead of 212F and the freezing point for water is 0C instead of 32F... so 122 is the mid point meaning that 122F is 50C which you almost never go up to in every day use regarding weather realistically you would go up to about 40C which is 104 Fahrenheit.. but why? and if you live in a colder country you would go realistically as low as -40C which is actually the exact same as -40F...

it would seem to me that Fahrenheit grows and shrinks exponentially making it more confusing that anything.

-4C is 23F but -40C is -40F.. you only dropped 36 degrees in Celsius but you dropped in Fahrenheit you dropped 63... i dont understand why.
User avatar #121 - ragingbrony ONLINE (09/01/2014) [+] (23 replies)
A 0-100 Hot-Cold scale makes more sense to me then a 0-30
For everyday use Fahrenheit makes a lot more sense to me, because 'everyday' use for temperature almost exclusively relates to weather, not how hot/cold some water is.

If I grew up with Celsius, I might think a bit differently...but it really just does make sense to me when I think of it like "On a scale of 0-100, what's the temperature outside", and that's all I've really ever needed temperature for in average day-to-day life
User avatar #71 - veettrees (08/31/2014) [+] (1 reply)
It's dumb to imply any of the systems are actually logical. Even Kelvin, with zero set at absolute zero (which makes sense) has increments of 1/100th the difference between boiling and freezing of a random compound at sea level on our particular planet. They are all arbitrary it would simply be easier if everyone used one of them.
#21 - anonymous (08/31/2014) [+] (17 replies)
It's literally FREEZING at 0 degrees celcius...
User avatar #62 to #21 - baditch (08/31/2014) [-]
Freezing isn't that cold where I live (Central New York State). In the winter that's pretty nice weather as long as the wind isn't too bad.
User avatar #1 - tomiesz (08/31/2014) [-]
But also in Celsius -50* super cold
+50* super hot
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