Honestly I'd be down to have the metric system implemented. Except Celsius.
@ORB_Dark_Angel, im not sure how Fahrenheit was created but somehow it does a great job at giving a proper scale to comfort in degrees. >90 = super hot jeez 80-70 very nice 70-60 meh 60-40 nice and chill 40-10 cold, below 10 super cold
@Tentastic, if I remember correctly, Fahrenheit was meant for bodily temperature, while Celsius was more for water.
@ORB_Dark_Angel, Both were arbitrary based on some solution freezing at 0. Celsius has water freeze at 0 and Fahrenheit has a brine solution freeze at 0. The increments were 0-100 for the states of water in Celsius and Fahrenheit had a set point of 96 (estimated) for the human body for some reason I don't know. Then Kelvin has 0 at absolute zero (-273.15 C) and uses the same increments as Celsius.
@spences, thank you for the knowledge
@Tentastic, Celsius is pretty much the same.
0-9=a bit chilly
-1 to -9=cold
I’ve had the same discussions with people on this app before, and in the end we agreed both systems are fine for telling the weather, but sense we have become accustomed to one view of the weather, it’s seems better in our heads
Is this what so many call British humor? I mean “humour”
Dude, litre isn't scary, as most Americans have a 2 litre on hand at all times
@Janky McSkanky, i prefer pints myself...
You know where they don't say crap like that? The moon!
i weigh seventy C
Actually, we are comfortable with both. Depends on what we are analyzing with it.
Just old Americans
Just remeber that the imperial system (US measurements) was forced throughout the British Empire and adopted by other European countries, then Europe and the rest of the world was like let's flip this shlt for the sake of it. And the US was like eh if it works it ain't broke
I meant to upvote, but my thumb slipped!