Martin Posted September 17, 2004 Share Posted September 17, 2004 Please consider lending your approval and assistance to the Fahrenhalf temperature scale this is the scale on which the hottest temperature known to sentient beings, Planck temperature, is 1032 degrees. An easier way to think of it, however, is that one Fahrenhalf degree is one half of an ordinary Fahrenheit degree. On the usual Fahrenheit scale there are 180 degrees between freezing and boiling, so there are 360 degrees Fahrenhalf between freezing and boiling. I would recommend taking freezing as a point of departure so that freezing is 0 degrees and boiling is 360 degrees You can figure out room temperature, or human body temperature, if you care to. the scientific definition of the Fahrenhalf degree is hairy I shall devote a separate post to it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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