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Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin explained in ten seconds

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Minute Physics host Henry Reich explains the three temperature scales in this quick video:

So there you have it!

Regular readers of Plugged In will recall that I have previously appealed for the use of SI/metric units in the U.S., to much grumbling from friends, family, and the internet. Instead of repeating that here, I will just continue my covert metrification campaign. Muwahahaha.

David Wogan About the Author: An engineer and policy researcher who writes about energy, technology, and policy - and everything in between. Based in Austin, Texas. Comments? david.m.wogan@gmail.com Follow on Twitter @davidwogan.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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