Everyone knows what it means: it means you didn't make it to the moon.
@Needless Contrarian, wow! Checkmate! Well done!
@UglyNakedGuy, hey, thanks! I know, I'm pretty cool.
@Needless Contrarian, beautiful
@Needless Contrarian, you win the internet today. Take this commemorative plaque and don't let this go to your head. All of us have won the internet at one time or another.
@Needless Contrarian, and yet a good portion of your country doesn't think you made it either.
I don't know anyone who doesn't know what C means. C is for cookie, that's good enough for me.
@KaptianKill, but what does D mean
To convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit you multiply by 1.8 and add 32. For an easier estimate multiply by 2 and add 30.
F = 1.8C + 32
@SmartFeller, -40 is the same in both scales.
@SmartFeller, how the fvck is that the consistent pattern? Maths is crazy, sometimes
@SmartFeller, why do math when I can live in ignorance?
@SmartFeller, username checks out
@SmartFeller, body temp is 37c. So, (37x2) + 30= 104 F. I’d be close to dead at 104 degrees.
@Pen is huge, yeah but it was easier to estimate
I always say C is better for science and F is better for weather. The former is based on water, but I am not water. A simple scale from 0-100 where 0 is freezing and 100 is boiling (for a human) makes more sense when discussing weather. Someone arguing that C is better for weather is like saying school tests should be graded on a scale from -15 to 35 instead of 0 to 100.
Now the metric system on the other hand... I jcan't think of any scenario where imperial units are inherently better, other than knowing 2 fingers put together is just about an inch
@Shmay Fish, you’re 70% water so by rounding you are water
@Shmay Fish, plus, I live at a higher elevation, water doesn't boil at 100 nor does it freeze at 0. F makes even more sense up here.
Cries in Texan
It means C Deez nutz n suckem
@Albatraous, Finally someone with some damn sense
Americans understand just fine, they don’t care.
You know what they say, “Fahrenheit is basically asking humans how hot it feels. Celsius is basically asking water how hot it feels. Kelvin is basically asking atoms how hot it feels.”
@hipsterhippos, no one ever asks an atom how it feels, they get lonely sometimes too