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1 Conversion Table for Farenheight to Celsius on Sun Jan 01, 2012 9:43 am

Candy Cottingham


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http://www.online-calculators.co.uk/conversion/centigradefahrenheit.php

The above I put into my Favourites

I cannot download the Calculator to my computer.

But there is a CODE to put onto a site.

Britain has changed to Celsius from Farenheight.
But I have as yet not been able to get my brain to accept the conversion.

Why has America not accepted this table...I do not understand.

No good me talking to you in Celsius is it? Yet we talk about the weather all the time.

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runawayhorses


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Most Americans haven't even converted to the metric system yet, we still use inches, feet, miles,,etc. I still do too. I never learned the metric system or do I even care. Most things in the US are still in inches feet and miles.


American's don't like something that already works fine messed with. If it ain't broke don't fix it. Celsius from Fahrenheit doesn't interest us either. We walk outside to see how hot or cold it is, or look at a thermometer.

Candy Cottingham


Veteran
Well it is 12.3 Celsius at the moment

Which to you is 54.14 Far.


The metric system is an international decimalised system of measurement, first adopted by France in 1791, that is the common system of measuring units used by most of the world. It exists in several variations, with different choices of fundamental units, though the choice of base units does not affect its day-to-day use. Over the last two centuries, different variants have been considered the metric system. Since the 1960s the International System of Units ("Système International d'Unités" in French, hence "SI") has been the internationally recognised standard metric system. Metric units are universally used in scientific work, and widely used around the world for personal and commercial purposes. A standard set of prefixes in powers of ten may be used to derive larger and smaller units from the base units.

No good me buying one of your thermometers
so who are you going to export them to.




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runawayhorses


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I'm keeping my thermometers they are not for sell.

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