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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by Undefined, Jun 24, 2007.
Scientists use Kelvin
Articles published online for the public to read when in regards to the temperature of something are usually in Celsius with Fahrenheit next to it in parenthesis. That's what I meant.
The government doesn't want a well informed educated people. That's against their interests.
I mean come on. Give me 3 minutes of your time. Tell me I'm not the only one who's blood pressure rose so high they could feel their heart beat pulsate through their eye lid.
That poor girl. Man, the whole watch-watchmaker thing... such bullshit. These people need to take some social studies classes...
!!! I was writing my post before the video ended... that fucking goober at the end!! LOOOOOOOOOL.
It figures an Aussie had to come here and construct a creationist museum. Fuck you Australia, we have enough wack jobs.
That =/= Rob Cranny
Once they get over 400lbs they all look alike.
I wonder if hes going to google his name and find this.
That depends. In chemistry, for example, most of the time it's easier to work with Celsius. They are isomorphic to Kelvin anyway (just add 273.15).
I don't know if this has been posted before, so apologies if it has:
Scientists use what the fuck they want. Changes of coordinates isn't a big deal for us.
Don't they normally use Kelvin for caluclating enthalpy change?
Kelvin is used in many thermodynamic formulas and since each Kelvin increment is the same as a degree celsius, formulas that have ΔT (difference in temperature) can use either K or °C and you have to be careful as many become complacent often using °C and forget to revert to Kelvin for some formulas.
this is more "You freak out, you lose": http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=127329623
Someone was posting those pics on /b/ and I guess started a thread on bb.com after. that my pals is freaky
I agree with him.
Feels bad man.