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mermaid Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-28-05 06:19 PM
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22. Conversion From Fahrenheit To Celcius...and Kelvin
Fahrenheit minus 32 divided by 1.8 equals Celsius.
Celsius times 1.8 plus 32 equals Fahrenheit

Celcius plus 273 equals Kelvin
Kelvin minus 273 degrees equals Celsius

Kelvin minus 273, multiplied by 1.8 plus 32 equals Fahrenheit
Fahrenheit minus 32 times 1.8 plus 273 equals Kelvin.
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  -Cold hard facts to deal with uppityperson  Feb-28-05 05:31 PM   #0 
  - Water freezes at ZERO degrees Celcius/Centigrade  Sandpiper   Feb-28-05 05:34 PM   #1 
  - I can't argue with this guy.  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 05:38 PM   #5 
  - Fuck You, Water Freezes at 273 Kelvin. So Up Yours! :-) n/t  mermaid   Feb-28-05 05:46 PM   #9 
  - Kelvin voted no and Fahrenhite voted yes.  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 05:59 PM   #14 
  - Forgot about sea level, did'ja?  IMModerate   Feb-28-05 07:46 PM   #36 
  - Additives...  WindRavenX   Feb-28-05 05:35 PM   #2 
  - Ethanol is a good additive, be careful at minus temps though.  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 08:34 PM   #39 
  - These temperatures, of course, are only valid at 1 atm of pressure  Salviati   Feb-28-05 05:37 PM   #3 
  - I was just going to add that  Canadian Socialist   Feb-28-05 05:58 PM   #13 
  - Freepers, though made of mostly water...  benburch   Feb-28-05 05:37 PM   #4 
  - You can either call my family "freeper nonsense"  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 05:40 PM   #6 
  - Colder hard facts..  tridim   Feb-28-05 05:42 PM   #7 
  - Only At Sea Level  mermaid   Feb-28-05 05:45 PM   #8 
  - Also explains those weird cooking directions  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 05:57 PM   #11 
     - Well  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:05 PM   #16 
        - Saw a film of way cold in AK, tossed a cup of boiling water into the air  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 06:16 PM   #20 
           - Torr Converter  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:20 PM   #23 
              - Here Ya Go  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:27 PM   #25 
                 - OK, Have Done A Bit Of Research...I Think It Is Called A Vacuum Chamber  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:39 PM   #29 
                    - Sounds like a reverse pressure cooker. simplified. n/t  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 06:47 PM   #31 
                       - In A Way, Yes.  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:57 PM   #32 
  - This is cold and hard too, even at room temperature  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 05:50 PM   #10 
  - Even when they warm it  Debi   Feb-28-05 05:58 PM   #12 
  - My GP  Canadian Socialist   Feb-28-05 06:00 PM   #15 
  - Oh, Christ, Don't EVEN Go There-I Gotta Go For My Girlie Exams Soon Enuff!  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:06 PM   #17 
  - Some of us use those as sex toys...  benburch   Feb-28-05 07:58 PM   #38 
  - It was originally intended that Fahrenheit  Worst Username Ever   Feb-28-05 06:08 PM   #18 
  - Science Town?  Debi   Feb-28-05 06:09 PM   #19 
  - Funky Town, actually.  Worst Username Ever   Feb-28-05 06:18 PM   #21 
     - Won't you take me to....ARRRGGGHHHH EARWORM!!!  Debi   Feb-28-05 06:30 PM   #26 
  - Conversion From Fahrenheit To Celcius...and Kelvin  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:19 PM   #22 
  - I need a link,  Dave Reynolds   Feb-28-05 06:26 PM   #24 
  - You don't trust me? Here you go, good enough for you?  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 06:30 PM   #27 
     - I LOVE that site,  Dave Reynolds   Feb-28-05 07:29 PM   #33 
        - Don't forget the ever popular site:  uppityperson   Feb-28-05 07:40 PM   #34 
  - An easy formula to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius (and vicey versa)  Lady Effingbroke   Feb-28-05 06:35 PM   #28 
  - Yep. That Works  mermaid   Feb-28-05 06:42 PM   #30 
  - Nay. Thou hast settled the matter.  Lone_Wolf_Moderate   Feb-28-05 07:41 PM   #35 
  - Actually, water can be below 32 and still liquid,  Redstone   Feb-28-05 07:55 PM   #37 
 

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