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either one is fine
no, its not.


If its 0 celcius out, then, in theory -136.5C is twice as cold, as its the halfway point between 0 and -273 (absolute zero)

If its 0 farenheit, then ~(-)229 F is twice as cold. (-159.6C)


The correct answer is, though, C) you're an idiot.


Yes, I'll stick with (c).
 

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booger eatin' moron
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no, its not.


If its 0 celcius out, then, in theory -136.5C is twice as cold, as its the halfway point between 0 and -273 (absolute zero)

If its 0 farenheit, then ~(-)229 F is twice as cold. (-159.6C)


The correct answer is, though, C) you're an idiot.


Yes, I'll stick with (c).
Thanks Einstein, remind me to run your ass over next time I see you. :finger:
 

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Haggard Fab
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well 0* celcius = 32* farenheit. Twice as cold 0* celcius would be -17.7* celcius
0* farenheit = -17.7* celcius making twice as cold -13.7* farenheit.
 

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Better than Newbie
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hmm i learned the way to find this in my physics class last spring... didnt seem important to me at the time
 
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