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Why Americans still use Fahrenheit long after everyone else switched to Celsius

from Vox

Virtually every country on earth aside from the United States measures temperature in Celsius. This makes sense; Celsius is a reasonable scale that assigns freezing and boiling points of water with round numbers, zero and 100. In Fahrenheit, those are, incomprehensibly, 32 and 212. This isn't just an aesthetic issue. more


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